Garth Risk Hallberg

Garth Risk Hallberg


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Garth Risk Hallberg’s stories and essays have appeared in Best New American Voices, The New York Times Magazine, The New York Times Book Review, Prairie Schooner, New York Magazine, Glimmer Train, Slate, Canteen, and The Pinch, as well as at The Millions, where he’s a contributing editor.

A 2008 New York Foundation for the Arts Fellow in Fiction and a two-time finalist for the National Book Critics Circle’s Balakian award for excellence in book reviewing, Garth teaches at Sarah Lawrence College. Hallberg earned his BA at Washington University in St. Louis, and an MFA at New York University.

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City on Fire

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A Field Guide to the North ...

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Ciudad en llamas (Parte 1)

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The Penny

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Infinite Jest not only says that being human is hard work; it makes us work hard. It not only suggests we put ourselves in service to something larger than ourselves; it is one of those larger somethings. That's its rhetorical genius, and is how Wallace gets his self-help “to fly at such a high altitude”: Like AA, it is theory and praxis in a single stroke. Or: It is what it says, which may be the purest form of art.”
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“Sometimes you weren’t yet the person you needed to be to do the work you needed to do.”
Garth Risk Hallberg, City on Fire

“The reason we can say anything we want in America is that we know it makes no difference.”
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