MICHAEL KLEIN is a five-time Lambda Literary Award finalist and has won the award twice. His latest book of poetry and prose is "When I Was a Twin". He teaches in the MFA Program at Goddard College in Vermont and in New York, at Hunter College.
NOV 2016 | Books
William Maxwell, in one of his last essays, “Nearing 90,” said this: “I did not wholly escape the amnesia that overtakes children around the age of six but I carried along with me more of my childhood than, I think, most people do.” And in that same spirit, as an extension of Maxwell’s confession, Fanny Howe has given us a brilliant and lyrical new book of essays and poetry, The Needle’s Eye: Passing Through Youth.