"Three Minutes or Less." "A a
little piece on my heroes that was transcribed from a playful talk I gave
at a PEN/Faulkner gala back in the dim mists of the last century (1991,
I believe)." Paris
Review 153 (Winter 1999-2000).
Boyle. T. C. Boyle's essay for amazon.com tracing his evolution
as a reader and writer.
"That was the century that was." Gentlemen's
Quarterly 69:12 (December 1999): 183-90. A range of commentators,
including John Updike, James Ellroy, T. Coraghessan Boyle, and Lorrie Moore,
discuss the year that they regard as the best year of the 20th century.
middle of the coffee table like
a holiday centerpiece."
Shinder, Jason, Editor. The
First-Book Market. Includes contributions from many of our most
distinguished contemporary writers such as Terry McMillan, T.C. Boyle,
Susan Cheever, and Robert Pinsky on how they got their first books published
and the insights they've gained. (Associated Writing Programs, Fairfax,