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T.C. BOYLE STORIES [ISBN 0-670-87960-6]
© T. Coraghessan Boyle, 1998
Printed on acid-free paper.

Dedication: "For the editors: Bill Buford, Lewis Lapham, Gordon Lish, Charles McGrath, George Plimpton, Alice K. Turner and Robley Wilson, Jr."

Epigraph: "Reflexes had the better of me." --Bob Marley, "I Shot the Sheriff"

Our first Japanese web-siting!  Penguin's T.C. Boyle Stories page. 

Burkman, Greg.  Grab this huge collection of T.C. Boyle works; the payback will be  delightfully menacing.  Seattle Times 4 February 1999. 

Durchholz, Daniel.  Full Boyle.  St. Louis Riverfront Times Online  10 February 1999. <>  T. Coraghessan Boyle discusses his fat--and fascinating--collection of short fiction, "The Collected Stories."

Gold, Herbert.  "Of Frogs and Swains; T.C. Boyle Stories: The Collected Stories of T. Coraghessan Boyle." Los Angeles Times  22 November 1998.

Handschuh, Judith. Interview with T. Coraghessan Boyle.  Here she interviews him about his latest book, T.C. BOYLE STORIES. Hear what he has to say about why he grouped the stories as he did, why he chose to publish this work now, and what he thinks about the craft of writing being taught. 1998.

Klepp, Lawrence.  Boyle and Trouble: T.C.'s short stories go to wonderful extremesNew York Daily News  13 December 1998. <>

Lauerman, Connie.  "Anything that occurs to me can be a story: With his darkly funny stories, T.C. Boyle strives to prove reading can be recreation." Charleston Sunday Gazette Mail  27 December 1998. 

Nel, Phil.  Three decades of T.C. Boyle;  T.C. Boyle Stories.  Charleston Net  24 January 1999. 

Newton, Ed.   A Trove of Short Stories for Boyle Fans; Critics Love New Collection of Works by USC Professor.  USC News Service 25 January 1999. 

Picone, Linda.  T.C. Boyle Stories.  Minneapolis Star Tribune 3 January 1999. 

Rettberg, Scott.  Interview with T.C. Boyle.  15 December 1998. 

Shepherd, Jim.  The Damned Outnumber the Rest; "T.C. BOYLE STORIES: The Collected Stories of T. Coraghessan Boyle."  New York Times  8 November 1998. 

Spencer, Russ.  The Jester Who Hath No King; T. Coraghessan Boyle, the Bacchus of American Letters, has reason enough to be on top of the world.  So what's eating him?   Book - The Magazine for the Reading Life  Issue 2.

Ulin, David L.  Boyle Wonder; T.C. Boyle Stories.  Village Voice 10 November 1998. 

Welp, Mary.  T.C. Boyle Stories. (review). 22 February 2000.   "There's the  famous "Descent of Man," which I swear somebody ripped off to build parts of the film "Being John Malkovich."

Modern Love: A Selection from T.C. Boyle Stories. 

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Last Page Update: 13 May 2001