by Charles D'Ambrosio
November 15, 2014 Charles D'Ambrosio's new essay collection wanders through topics journalistic and personal; reviewer Annalisa Quinn says it delivers a primal pleasure of reading: the feeling of being understood.
June 18, 2006 As summer officially arrives this week, it's time to think about books to buy, borrow or check out of the library. Dr. Abraham Verghese, director of the Center for Medical Humanities and Ethics at the University of Texas Health Sciences Center at San Antonio, offers a brief reading list.
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April 26, 2006 Writer Charles D'Ambrosio's The Dead Fish Museum reveal the dark sides of America, from psychiatric wards of Manhattan to the shores of Puget Sound. The collection of eight stories comes 10 years after D'Ambrosio's debut, The Point.
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