by Alice Mattison
Alice Mattison is an American novelist and short story writer. Mattison was born in Brooklyn and attended Queens College and Harvard University, where she received a doctorate in literature.
Alice Mattison is an American novelist and short story writer. She has lived in New Haven CT since the 1970s. She has taught fiction in the Low-Residency MFA Program in Writing at Bennington College since 1995 and at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, MA. Mattison has also taught at Brooklyn College, Yale University, and Albertus Magnus College.
Alice Mattison's new novel, WHEN WE ARGUED ALL NIGHT, will be published by Harper Perennial as a paperback original on June 12, 2012
Alice Mattison's new novel, WHEN WE ARGUED ALL NIGHT, will be published by Harper Perennial as a paperback original on June 12, 2012. She's the author of 5 other novels, most recently NOTHING IS QUITE FORGOTTEN IN BROOKLYN, 4 collections of stories, and a book of poems. Many of her stories have appeared in The New Yorker and other magazines.
Alice Mattison grew up in Brooklyn, New York, and now lives in New Haven, Connecticut. Her new novel, WHEN WE ARGUED ALL NIGHT-about a friendship between two Brooklyn Jews that lasts for many decades, about the tumultuous events of the twentieth century, and about a woman slowly discovering who she is and whom she loves-has just been published by Harper Perennial. Her earlier books include NOTHING IS QUITE FORGOTTEN IN BROOKLYN, IN CASE WE'RE SEPARATED: CONNECTED STORIES, and THE BOOK BORROWER.
Animals highlights pregnancy and motherhood from an introspective and blunt voice. Dark humor weaves itself through these unwavering and candid poems.
Select Format: Paperback. Animals highlights pregnancy and motherhood from an introspective and blunt voice. ISBN13: 9780914086291. Release Date: February 1980.
Alice Mattison, Faculty member in Fiction, recommends Ninth Street Women" by Mary Gabriel. gs and about women creating art. It’s about five abstract expressionists who worked in New York in the nineteen fifties: Lee Krasner, Elaine de Kooning, Grace Hartigan, Joan Mitchell, and Bennington alum Helen Frankenthaler.
Alice Mattison is the award-winning author of four story collections and five novels, including Nothing Is Quite Forgotten in Brooklyn.
Two young men are swimming naked in an Adirondack lake when they hear a motor, a car appears, and two women get out, one with an orange scarf around her head. It's 1936: New York is suffering through the Great Depression, frightening things are happening in Europe, and Artie Saltzman and Harold Abramovitz, friends since their Brooklyn childhood, are unsure about everything-jobs, lefty politics, women. Alice Mattison is the award-winning author of four story collections and five novels, including Nothing Is Quite Forgotten in Brooklyn.
ALICE MATTISON is the author offivenovels, four short story collections, and a volume of poetry. She was raised in Brooklyn and studied at Queens College and Harvard University.