Sam Lipsyte

Sam Lipsyte
Chair, Associate Professor
617 Kent Hall

Sam Lipsyte's most recent book is The Fun Parts. He is also the author of The Ask (New York Times Notable Book for 2010),  Home Land (New York Times Notable Book for 2005 and winner of The Believer Book Award), as well as The Subject Steve and Venus Drive. His fiction has appeared in The QuarterlyThe New YorkerThe Paris ReviewNoonTin House, Open Cityn+1Harper'sMcSweeney'sLa Nouvelle Revue Francaise and Playboy, among other places. His essays and reviews have appeared in The New York Times Book ReviewBookforumEsquireGQ, and the Washington Post Book World. He was a 2008 Guggenheim Fellow.















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