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Daniel Woodrell

DANIEL WOODRELL has written eight novels, two of which were adapted for films: Woe to Live On (1987) was adapted for the 1999 film Ride with the Devil, directed by Ang Lee. And his novel Winter's Bone (2006) was adapted by writer and director Debra Granik for a film of the same title, winning two awards at the Sundance Film Festival, including the Grand Jury Prize for a dramatic film, and receiving four Academy Award nominations.

In Conversation

MARK WISNIEWSKI with Daniel Woodrell

Sometimes my mailman hates me—I get a lot of books delivered to my door since we have no bookstore within a hundred miles and I buy a lot of books, plus he has to lug all those that are sent to me by nice publishing people I apparently met and had drinks with at the only big publishing event I’ve ever attended.


The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2020

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