An Interview with Amy Hempel

An Interview with Amy Hempel O Bill Hayward is the author of two coUections of short stories, Reasons to Live (Knopf, 1985) and At the Gates of the Animal Kingdom (Knopf, 1990). Individual stories have been pubUshed in such magazines as Mother Jones, Grand Street, The Missouri Review, and Vanity Fair, where she later became a contributing editor. Her stories have been translated into twelve languages and anthologized in this country and abroad, and have been of Short Fiction, and T7ie Best of the Missouri Review: Fiction, among others. Her nonfiction regularly appears in Vanity Fair, the New York Times Magazine, Vogue, Interview, and elsewhere. with the American Audio Prose Library, on November 6, 1991, by Jo Sapp in Columbia, MO. This interview was conducted for The Missouri Review, in cooperation included in Best American Short Stories, Pushcart Prize, the Norton Anthology An Interview with /Jo Sapp Interviewer: Many of our readers know your work, but not much about your life. Can you fiU us in on your background? Hempel: I was born in Chicago in 1951, and Uved in and around the dty till third grade, I think. After that I Uved in Denver for eight years, then moved to San Frandsco http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Missouri Review University of Missouri

An Interview with Amy Hempel

The Missouri Review, Volume 16 (1) – Oct 5, 1993

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O Bill Hayward is the author of two coUections of short stories, Reasons to Live (Knopf, 1985) and At the Gates of the Animal Kingdom (Knopf, 1990). Individual stories have been pubUshed in such magazines as Mother Jones, Grand Street, The Missouri Review, and Vanity Fair, where she later became a contributing editor. Her stories have been translated into twelve languages and anthologized in this country and abroad, and have been of Short Fiction, and T7ie Best of the Missouri Review: Fiction, among others. Her nonfiction regularly appears in Vanity Fair, the New York Times Magazine, Vogue, Interview, and elsewhere. with the American Audio Prose Library, on November 6, 1991, by Jo Sapp in Columbia, MO. This interview was conducted for The Missouri Review, in cooperation included in Best American Short Stories, Pushcart Prize, the Norton Anthology An Interview with /Jo Sapp Interviewer: Many of our readers know your work, but not much about your life. Can you fiU us in on your background? Hempel: I was born in Chicago in 1951, and Uved in and around the dty till third grade, I think. After that I Uved in Denver for eight years, then moved to San Frandsco

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Published: Oct 5, 1993

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