Ronald Sukenick (1932–2004) was a novelist, essayist, literary critic and short-story writer. He had a distinguished career as a university professor, with posts at Brandeis University, Cornell University, the State University of New York, and the University of Colorado. His novels include Out, 98.6, Long Talking Bad Condition Blues and Blown Away.
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Essays & Memoir | The Online Edition
‘Most of those released have trouble finding work, some have been suspended with seventy-five per cent pay, and others must now work freelance or get jobs writing for publications like technical journals.’
Fiction | Issue 1
from Long Talking Bad Conditions Blues
‘when rising expectations hit the upcoming decline hell was going to break loose it was already starting to break loose’