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About Alan Grossberg

Alan Grossberg was published in Esquire and in O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1943 (available for free with an openlibrary.org account) before seeing his first novel in print, to wide critical praise, while scarcely out of his teens.

In May 1961 he published a perceptive essay in Swank magazine titled "Veterans Without Administration" describing how much America had changed in the 1950s while he was away in Europe. The essay was later mentioned favorably in an article by the noted British literary critic Jim Burns--that article is available online at http://www.pennilesspress.co.uk/prose/what_is_remembered.htm

Zudd is a brand new revision of a previously unpublished novel. He is also the author of The Endless Refrain, a novel describing a teenager's relationship with an elderly Greek immigrant on a day they spend in Coney Island trying to understand each other and themselves.

His latest novel is Cafes and Cobblestones (Dog Ear Publishing, 2012). For more information or to order, please visit http://www.cafesandcobblestones.com/

  Interview with author: Alan Grossberg

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