Phillip Lopate on His Writing Life

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Author Phillip Lopate discusses his latest books, Portrait Inside My Head, a collection of personal essays on memory, culture, parenthood, the trials of marriage, and New York’s storied past and present, and To Show and to Tell, which combines more than 40 years of lessons from his career as a writer and professor in a nuts-and-bolts guide to writing literary nonfiction.


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Comments [2]

thatgirl from manhattan

Here's a great idea, Leonard: why not have Phillip take the reins on your next foray to France? But then, I'd be forced to choose.

Feb. 13 2013 12:31 PM
John A

Gosh, what a great sounding New York voice. Makes me want to hear from Zeppo Lopate and Harpo Lopate as well. No offense intended - I'm talking Icons here.

Feb. 13 2013 12:15 PM

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