Through a Glass Darkly
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Through a Glass Darkly

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"Hugh B. Fox is the most distinguished man of alternative letters of our time," Richard Kostelanetz, in a review of The Book of Ancient Revelations (2004). In Small Press Review, Jan.-Feb.2005. "Through a Glass Darkly" contains 22 short stories by the legendary author and poet Hugh Fox: Through a Glass Darkly St. Martin and the Beggar Ghouls Looking For Spring Wind April and January St. Julie and the Bullet Aunt Fern's Diary Ça Sufit / That's Enough Chips Survival Vishnu's Dream Else Was Who? The Gates of Satori Survival Through the Wall Hope In Excelsius Ice Cream / I Scream Jean Anne About the Author: Hugh Fox, born in Chicago in 1932, is a writer and one of the founders (with Ralph Ellison, Anais Nin, Paul Bowles, Joyce Carol Oates, Buckminster Fuller and others) of the Pushcart Prize for literature. He has been published in numerous literary magazines and was the first writer to publish a critical study of Charles Bukowski. Fox was raised in Chicago as a devout Catholic, but converted to Judaism in later life. He has a Ph.D. in American Literature from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and was a professor at Michigan State University in the Department of American Thought and Language from 1968 until his retirement in 1999. Praise for Hugh Fox: Bill Ryan in The Unborn Book: "Hugh Fox is the Paul Bunyan of American Letters, part myth, part monster, and, myself-as-subject, a magnificent non-stop storyteller." "Hugh Fox...is considered an icon in the small press." (Sandy Raschke, in a review of The Last Summer, in Calliope, January-February, 1996). "The thoughts and words of Hugh Fox, will cause the reader's mind to pause, slow down, expand, ponder for himself/herself, perhaps wander along un-imagined-before avenues, and down dusty lanes. What more could any sentient author want? .....you will certainly not be the same as before....Kudos are in the wind," review by Joyce Metzger of Hugh Fox:The Greatest Hits, Pudding House Publications, 2003, published on Ibbetson Street Internet Review, January 29, 2003. This volume is 110 pages. Format - softcover - perfect binding. 5.5 x 8.5
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