What I Think I Did: A Season Of Survival In Two Acts
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What I Think I Did: A Season Of Survival In Two Acts

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In What I Think I Did, Larry Woiwode does two things at once: he survives the winter of 1996, the worst in North Dakota’s history, and tells the story of his beginnings as a writer, especially the early days at The New Yorker leading up to the publication of his first book, What I’m Going to Do, I Think.“Act One” revolves around the purchase, installation, and feeding of a...more
Paperback, 336 pages
Published April 5th 2001 by Basic Books (first published 2000)
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Larry Woiwode was designated Poet Laureate of North Dakota by the Legislative Assembly in 1995. He served as Writer in Residence at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1973-74; and from 1983-88 was a tenured professor at the State University of New York, Binghamton, and director of its Creative Writing Program.

Larry Woiwode’s fiction has appeared in Antaeus, Antioch Review, Atlantic Monthly, GQ,...more
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