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The Richard Peabody Reader (Legacy Series) by [Richard Peabody, Michael Dirda, Lucinda Ebersole]

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"Peabody shows it all here, tragedy, humor, joy,wit, and compassion, and speaks for a generation of adults who are still trying to figure it out in our age of decadence." —Scott Whitaker, the Broadkill Review


"The life work of this proud, bitter, principled, generous man and the immeasurable service he has done on behalf of literature command respect and deserve attention." —Michael Lindgren, the Washington Post


"This is a top-notch production . . . terrific and eclectic." —Nathan Leslie, the Pedestal magazine

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Richard Peabody is the founder and current editor of Gargoyle Magazine, now on its 61st issue, and editor (or co-editor) of twenty-two anthologies including Mondo Barbie, Conversations with Gore Vidal, and A Different Beat: Writings by Women of the Beat Generation. The author of a novella, three short story collections, and seven books of poetry. A native Washingtonian, he has taught fiction writing workshops at various locations in the DC area since 1985, though primarily for the Johns Hopkins Advanced Studies Program since 1995 where he was awarded The Johns Hopkins University Excellence in Teaching Award, 2010-2011, and the Faculty Award for Outstanding Professional Achievement (Master of Arts in Writing Program), 2005. He has held residencies at Blue Mountain Center, Byrdcliffe, and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. He also won the Beyond the Margins “Above & Beyond Award” for 2013.  Lucinda Ebersole is a critic, an editor, and a fiction writer best known for her association with the literary journal Gargoyle Magazine, for which she has been coeditor along with Richard Peabody since 1997. She has also edited various anthologies with Peabody, most notably the various books in their Mondo series. Michael Dirda is a Pulitzer Prize–winning columnist for the Washington Post Book World and the author of the memoir An Open Book and four collections of essays: Book by BookBound to PleaseClassics for Pleasure, and Readings. They all live in Washington, DC.

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