Bernard Cooper





Bernard Cooper


Born
in Hollywood, California, The United States
October 03, 1951

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Bernard Cooper has won numerous awards and prizes, among them the PEN/Ernest Hemingway Award, an O. Henry Prize, and literature fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation and The National Endowment of the Arts.

He has published two memoirs, Maps to Anywhere and Truth Serum, as well as a novel, A Year of Rhymes, and a collection of short stories, Guess Again.

His work has appeared in Harper's Magazine, Gentleman's Quarterly, and The Paris Review and in several volumes of The Best American Essays.

He lives in Los Angeles and is the art critic for Los Angeles Magazine.

Average rating: 3.83 · 2,027 ratings · 248 reviews · 15 distinct works · Similar authors
The Bill from My Father: A ...

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Maps to Anywhere

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Truth Serum

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Guess Again: Short Stories

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My Avant-Garde Education: A...

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A Year of Rhymes

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Flash Fiction: 72 Very Shor...

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Touchstone Anthology of Con...

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“For me, the words 'Anything is possible' haven't served as a bolstering of hope as much as a warning to run for cover”
Bernard Cooper, The Bill from My Father: A Memoir

“Look, if the reason you two aren't speaking doesn't make sense, then the reason you contact him again doesn't have to make sense, either. If nothing makes sense, act accordingly.”
Bernard Cooper, The Bill from My Father: A Memoir

“But can't it sometimes take one to tango? Don't underserved blows often come out of the blue?”
Bernard Cooper, The Bill from My Father: A Memoir

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