Monday, March 15 2010
It's tragic to know that the brilliant tumbling sound of his work has reached its coda. But if you can learn anything from Hannah's work, it's that to focus on the hurt is to miss what's important: finding that glimmer of cutting light in all that dark.
Sunday, January 30 2011
Between when Hannah's first novel, Geronimo Rex, was nominated for a National Book Award, and when he died, at 67, he published 12 books of fiction. And yet, he remains unread and underappreciated.