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Fanny Howe


USA flag (b.1940)

Fanny Howe (born in Boston, Massachusetts) is an American poet, novelist, and short story writer. She has written many novels in prose collection, and is the mother of novelist Danzy Senna. Her father was a lawyer and her Irish-born mother played in the Abbey Theatre of Dublin for some time.
 

 
Novels
   Forty Whacks (1969)
   First Marriage (1974)
   Bronte Wilde (1976)
   The White Slave (1980)
   Yeah, But (1982)
   In the Middle of Nowhere (1984)
   Radio City (1984)
   Race of the Radical (1985)
   Taking Care (1985)
   The Deep North (1987)
   Famous Questions (1989)
   Saving History (1993)
   Nod (1998)
   Indivisible (2000)
   The Wages (2018)
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Collections
   Eggs (poems) (1970)
   The Amerindian Coastline (poems) (1975)
   Poem from a Single Pallet (poems) (1980)
   Alsace-lorraine (poems) (1982)
   For Erato: the Meaning of Life (poems) (1984)
   Robeson Street (poems) (1985)
   The Lives of a Spirit (poems) (1986)
   Introduction to the World (poems) (1986)
   The Vineyard (poems) (1988)
   Sic (poems) (1988)
   The Quietist (poems) (1992)
   The End (poems) (1992)
   O'Clock (poems) (1995)
   One Crossed Out (poems) (1997)
   Forged (poems) (1999)
   Selected Poems (poems) (2000)
   Economics (2002)
   Gone (poems) (2003)
   Tis of Thee (poems) (2003)
   On the Ground (poems) (2004)
   The Lyrics (poems) (2007)
   Emergence (poems) (2010)
   Come and See (poems) (2011)
   Second Childhood (poems) (2014)
   The Needle's Eye (poems) (2016)
   Love and I (poems) (2019)
   Night Philosophy (poems) (2020)
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Novellas and Short Stories
   Holy Smoke (1979)
   The Blue Hills (1981)
   What Did I Do Wrong? (2009)
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Non fiction show
 
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Fanny Howe recommends
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House of Caravans (2023)
Shilpi Suneja
"These are characters I won't forget, they burn with vivacity, and the scenes do too. I am happy to be among them. . . . This is a marvelous story and Shilpi Suneja's voice livens it up."

Books containing stories by Fanny Howe
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Mirror, Mirror on the Wall (1998)
Women Writers Explore Their Favorite Fairy Tales
edited by
Kate Bernheimer
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Borderlands (1993)
Ploughshares Winter 1993-94
edited by
Russell Banks and Chase Twichell



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