About A tense and peculiar family, the Oedipuses, were they not?
Author of the novels Killoyle, The Great Pint-Pulling Olympiad, The Maladjusted Terrorist, and The Adorations, and the memoir Shoplifting at Dracula’s. I’m almost finished with Ohiowa Impromptu, another richly silly novel. I’ve also penned (as they say, or said) about half a million articles and reviews in the NY Times, Boston Review, etc.
Freelance writer, editor, copy editor, proofreader, and fencing genius of the caliber of Scaramouche. (Hint: One of those is false.)