James Salter, 90

Photo by Jill Krementz, published in the NYT.

JAMES SALTER has died. He was 90. Considered a writer's writer and the "greatest writer you've never read," he has written novels, short stories, and essays that have brought me delight and inspiration. Not a lot of people, even avid readers, know about him. His books are a rarity in bookstores. I only find them in thrift or second-hand shops.

He will be missed.

3 thoughts on “James Salter, 90”

  1. Hi Lance. Thanks for the links. Have you heard of bibliotherapy? Check out this New Yorker article: http://www.newyorker.com/culture/cultural-comment/can-reading-make-you-happier
    I kinda wanna check out “The Novel Cure: An A-Z of Literary Remedies.”

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