has written three novels, MiZe Zero, Rabbit Boss, of Earthquake and Fire. He has received fellowships from both the and Zoot-Suit Murders, and the non-fiction Native Notes from the Land National Endowment for the Arts and the Guggenheim foundation. This interview was conducted by Kay Bonetti, Director of the American Audio Prose Library. The Prose Library offers tapes of American authors reading and discussing their work. For information contact AAPL at P.O. Box 842, Columbia, MO 65205. An Interview with I Kay Bonetti Interviewer: Mr. Sanchez, you've described your life as being extremes of behavior, extremes of circumstance. Does your work reflect the extremes of your life? somewhat Dickensian. Certainly your books deal with extremes-- Sanchez: It probably has, but I never thought that my life was extreme. You feel that the way you are living is the way everyone lives, especially when you're a child. My father died in World War II on an aircraft carrier that went down in the Pacific three months before I was born. My earliest memories are of having nightmares of being on fire and drowning. Interviewer: And eventually your mother became so ill that you ended up in the St. Francis
The Missouri Review – University of Missouri
Published: Oct 5, 1991
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