Forrest Gander is an American poet, essayist, novelist, critic, and translator.
For N. Manu Chakravarthy & Eliot Weinberger Sometime during the first millennium in South India, a Jain monk named Kumudendu Muni composed on palm leaves what is, perhaps, the most radical and spectacular work of literature in any language. . . .
If not a writer, then probably a geologist. I majored in geology, was heading to graduate school in paleontology, and then the clichéd, familiar dark angel touched my shoulder with a finger and the doctor said, third-stage melanoma, let’s go. . . .