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  1. The Best American Erotica, 2005 -- Including Stories By Jane Smiley, Mary Gaitskill, Steve Almond, and Nelson George by Susie (Editor) Bright, 2005-01-01
  2. Biography - Gaitskill, Mary (1954-): An article from: Contemporary Authors Online by Gale Reference Team, 2007-01-01
  3. New Yorker June 9 2008 Summer Fiction Issue, Vladimir Nabokov - Elizabeth Kolbert - Haruki Murakami - Annie Proulx - Mary Gaitskill Fiction, The Work of Ezra Pound, Jeff Koons Retrospective, Poems by Philip Levine & Gerald Stern, Auto-Tune
  4. Open City #7: The Rubbed Away Girl by Mary Gaitskill, David Berman, et all 1999-02-01
  5. Open City Number Five : Change or Die (No. 5) by David Foster Wallace, Mary Gaitskill, et all 1997-05-01
  6. Don't Cry by Mary Gaitskill, 2009-01-01
  7. Veronica [Cd] (Library Edition) by Mary Gaitskill; (Reader) Kathe Mazur, 2005
  8. Best New American Voices [BEST NEW AMER VOICES 2009/E] by Mary(Editor) Gaitskill, 2008-09-30
  9. Two Girls Fat and Thin by Mary Gaitskill, 1991
  10. Mal Comportamiento (Spanish Edition) by Mary Gaitskill, 1998-01
  11. BECAUSE THEY WANTED TO by Mary Gaitskill, 1997-01-01
  12. Tin House Magazine (Volume 3, Number 1) by Mary Gaitskill & Jim Shepard Richard Ford, 2001
  13. Because They Wanted To: Stories by Mary Gaitskill, 1997-01-01
  14. Because They Wanted To by Mary Gaitskill, 1997

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    23. Salon | Because They Wanted To
    The Salon Book Awards The 10 best books of the year. An excerpt from Because They Wanted To by mary gaitskill, a Salon Book Awards winner.
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    Pantheon How Proust Can Change Your Life
    By Alain de Botton Pantheon The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down By Anne Fadiman Into Thin Air By Jon Krakauer Villard Echoes of a Native Land By Serge Schmemann Knopf Close to the Machine By Ellen Ullman City Lights Books Reader's choice awards Your best books of 1997 Introduction Salon's favorite books of the year Sneak Peeks Salon's daily book review sponsored by Borders Books and Music Win a free Salon mousepad. Sign up for our newsletter. Join the Books discussion in Table Talk. P.D. James The Salon Interview SALON home page because they wanted to BY MARY GAITSKILL FICTION SIMON AND SHUSTER 254 PAGES "Tiny, Smiling Daddy" H e lay in his reclining chair, barely awake enough to feel the dream moving just under his thoughts. It felt like one of those pure, beautiful dreams in which he was young again, and filled with the realization that the friends who had died, or gone away, or decided that they didn't like him anymore, had really been there all along, loving him. A piece of dream flickered, and he made out the lips and cheekbones of a tender woman, smiling as she leaned toward him. The phone rang, and the sound rippled through his pliant wakefulness, into the pending dream. But his wife had turned the answering machine up too loud again, and it attacked him with a garbled, furred roar that turned into the voice of his friend Norm.

    24. 'Veronica': Two Girls, Alive And Dead - New York Times
    mary gaitskill ruminates about beauty and cruelty in this novel about a doomed mary gaitskill made her reputation as a chilly chronicler of emotional
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      By MEGHAN O'ROURKE Published: October 23, 2005 Skip to next paragraph Enlarge This Image VERONICA
      By Mary Gaitskill.
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      "Veronica," Gaitskill's fourth book, marks something of a departure from her usual taut style. A rumination on the relationship between beauty and cruelty, it moves around disorientingly in time, as if to mimic the emotional distress of its narrator, Alison. A former model now in her late 40's, she is haunted by her friendship with Veronica, an older woman who died of AIDS. Alison herself has hepatitis C now and cleans offices in San Rafael, Calif., a Norma Desmond sunk to new lows. Once beautiful, her face is "broken, with age and pain coming through the cracks." She takes fistfuls of codeine so she can move her arm, injured in a car accident, enough to wash windows. It is hard for her to reconcile her decrepitude with her glittering memories of being a model in Paris - a life that crashed to a close after an affair with a powerful, corrupt agent ended badly.

    25. Interviews: Krista McGruder Interviews Mary Gaitskill, Author Of Veronica
    mary gaitskill agreed to speak with me in October, 2006, in Philadelphia at the Rittenhouse Hotel. She is a charming, witty and impressive lady.
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    Krista McGruder Interviews Mary Gaitskill, author of Veronica
    Mary Gaitskill agreed to speak with me in October, 2006, in Philadelphia at the Rittenhouse Hotel. She is a charming, witty and impressive lady. Ms. Gaitskill was also impressive in her ability to do the heavy lifting when it came to covering for the deficiencies of this interviewer’s questions. I would have liked to have talked with her for hours but even if she had been inclined to humor me, she was giving a reading later at the Philadelphia Free Library. A thank-you is owed to SSN ’s Felicia Sullivan for the chance to chat with one of my favorite authors. I am also very grateful to Ms. Gaitskill for her graciousness in sharing with me what a writer guards closely: her time. I have edited, slightly, for content, for unintelligible words and words that don’t make sense out of context of the physical gestures that necessarily accompany a face to face meeting. Krista McGruder: I love this book

    26. Powell's Books - Veronica: A Novel By Mary Gaitskill
    The longawaited novel from the acclaimed author of Bad Behavior is a dark fairy tale set in Paris and Manhattan in the 1980s — a story about beauty,
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    27. Pantheon | Authors
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    28. Mary Gaitskill's Veronica. - By Francine Prose - Slate Magazine
    There s a way in which each novel we read enters into a conversation with every other novel we ve read. Even though they may have been written in different
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    29. BOOKFORUM | Oct/Nov 2005
    mary gaitskill was Flannery O Connor with a flesh wound, spare and emotionally bloody. This was literature with lineage. In her new novel, Veronica,
    Contrary to appearances, the poetics of the neon '80s weren't born in a cocaine-addled vacuum on the Lower East Side. Bret Easton Ellis's strung-out, unreliable first-person narrators knelt at the altar of Norwegian modernist Knut Hamsun. Tama Janowitz, cheerfully down-and-out, thinking about Kant and stepping in dog poop, was a low-rent Beckett. Tender and caustic, Gary Indiana was an updated Lily Bart madly rallying for a room in the house of mirth. Mary Gaitskill was Flannery O'Connor with a flesh wound, spare and emotionally bloody. This was literature with lineage. In her new novel, Veronica deal ; for that is the substance of what's revealed by the artist's unflinching, naked-making lens. Throughout two story collections and her 1991 novel, Two Girls, Fat and Thin Veronica Two Girls, Fat and Thin Veronica is a story that is dismantled into existence, as if the reader were examining a skeleton, bone by bone, without knowing what it was, how it connected, with only the vaguest sense of how it related to the human body. Veronica—a squat thirty-seven-year-old copy editor who chain-smokes, wears bow ties, talks like an ornery waitress in a truck stop, and got AIDS from her unfaithful bisexual boyfriend—is not the book's protagonist. She is, rather, the foil. The story instead revolves around Alison Owen, a suburban runaway turned supermodel turned temp turned model turned, twenty-five years later, faded beauty with a bum arm and hepatitis C, who cleans offices to supplement her welfare. Alison meets and befriends Veronica during a stint temping in New York City. In the present, Alison looks back on her heyday, reflecting on her naive attempts to comfort the sick woman and trying to make sense of the deep and unlikely attachment they shared. "Most people," criticizes a heartless boyfriend of Alison's after meeting Veronica, "when something like that happens, unless it's a really tight relationship, they run. That's when you

    30. Gaitskill, Mary (Harper's Magazine)
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    31. Compass Rose: Patrick Carrington, Michael Levy, & Mary Gaitskill
    COMPASS ROSE interviews mary gaitskill Compass Rose Some specific images tend to recur in mary gaitskill I am not trying to create iconography.
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    - Patrick Carrington
    I have soaked you in and I hold you,
    like the wood of an old house
    You built me
    in the shadows of a different
    deepest grain. But I no longer feel
    the work of your hands. Forgive
    me for forgetting
    the joinings,
    the glue and pressing of thumbs,
    for allowing your craft to rot like salty wreckage spit in me even as I creak, even as I leak from windows A True Heart - Michael Levy Ah! the whispering mist-tickle trees, Enchanted forests of neurons cultivate delicate-seas, Radiance of light beams through wisdom's haze, Hidden mysteries as our free-path snakes many ways. No; this is no pastoral scene, It all takes place in a daytime dream, It is called life, a domicile within our mind, A home where the truth is so hard to find. Only when we discover words ... beyond be-lie-f. And grasp time from the clutches of a habitual thief, Only then will we realize that; there is no need to endure, A devil of a mind ... that has rejected the heartfelt universal law. A work of art so simply graceful, energizing the eternal spirit we employ

    32. Mary Gaitskill Interview With Don Swaim
    mary gaitskill was a journalism major in college, and now writes for the Monthly Detroit. She discusses her first published novel, Two Girls Fat and Thin
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    Mary Gaitskill was a journalism major in college, and now writes for the Monthly Detroit. She discusses her first published novel, Two Girls Fat and Thin , which is about childhood experiences, and children's cruelty towards each other in this 1991 interview with Don Swaim. Listen to the Mary Gaitskill interview with Don Swaim, 1991
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    33. Veronica, By Mary Gaitskill - Reviews, Books -
    Veronica, By mary gaitskill. Redemption for a fashion victim. Reviewed by mary Flanagan. Published 07 December 2007. Two girls, beautiful and ugly,
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      • UK Reviewed by Mary Flanagan Friday, 7 December 2007 Two girls, beautiful and ugly, meet in an office in Eighties New York. Alison is a young model, seduced and abandoned by the fashion industry. Veronica is a fortysomething proof-reader with a fractious personality and an idiosyncratic blend of elegance and bad taste. "In her plaid suit, ruffled blouse and bow tie, she was like a human cuckoo-clock." She also has Aids. What Alison wonders, attracts her to this ruined fag-hag? Yet both have been willingly abused by a society devoid of compassion and tenderness. At 15, Alison flees her middle-American family to drift through Haight-Ashbury, dropping drugs and writing poetry until discovered by a lecherous entrepreneur. Stardom means Paris, parties, clubs, vile photographers, larcenous agents and more drugs. When she publicly insults her powerful lover, she is effectively blacklisted and her Swiss bank account frozen. Back on the skids in New York, she remains in thrall to this world of "demons and suffering", which she regards as "heaven" and claws back to, with disastrous results.

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    35. Mary Gaitskill - Veronica (Serpent’s Tail) | The List
    SOCIAL DRAMA Veronica (Serpent’s Tail) mary gaitskill rarely shies away from the violence of inner life. S M, selfharm and bad sex torment characters as
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    36. Veronica By Mary Gaitskill: Reviews
    Ms. gaitskill writes so radiantly about violent selfloathing that the very incongruousness of her language has shocking power.
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    rate this book Compare prices at Buy it at Buy it at Buy it at The acclaimed author's latest novel is set in Europe and New York City during the 1980s, and focuses on an unlikely friendship between two women: Alison, a model and the story's narrator, and Veronica, an older proofreader who develops AIDS. Pantheon, 240 pages ISBN: Fiction All reviews are classified as one of five grades: Outstanding (4 points), Favorable Mixed Unfavorable (1) and Terrible (0). To calculate the Metascore, we divide total points achieved by the total points possible (i.e., 4 x the number of reviews), with the resulting percentage (multiplied by 100) being the Metascore.

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    38. Writers On The Record With Victoria Lautman - Mary Gaitskill - Chicago Magazine
    Once dubbed Manhattan s downtown princess of darkness for her literary forays into psychosexual subjects, mary gaitskill has since retreated to the
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    Photography: Lautman Marc Hauser Once dubbed Manhattan's "downtown princess of darkness" for her literary forays into psychosexual subjects, Mary Gaitskill has since retreated to the bucolic countryside of upstate New York and to a professorship at Syracuse University. Her writing, however, remains finely honed, mesmerizing, and brutally honest. Veronica, Gaitskill's second novel, snagged a National Book Award nomination last year. Told in flashbacks over the course of a single day, the elegiac tale of an unusual friendship between two vastly different women is a powerful rumination on beauty, mortality, and some murky places in between. No stranger to edgy experience herself, Gaitskill was a teenage runaway and, briefly, a stripper before her literary life flourished. Victoria Lautman interviewed Gaitskill, who spoke by phone from her home in Rhinebeck, New York. Q: Did the National Book Award nomination launch you into a whole different success stratum?

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    40. Review: Serpent's Tail Veronica Mary Gaitskill - Yorkshire Post
    Review Serpent s Tail Veronica mary gaitskill Sometimes friendship can be a stronger and more lasting relationship than anything romantic,
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    View Gallery By Carmen Russell Sometimes friendship can be a stronger and more lasting relationship than anything romantic, but as buddy stories go, Mary Gaitskill's beautifully written, finely-crafted Veronica reads like skating on thin ice.
    This is the story of an unlikely friendship between two damaged and emotionally vulnerable women: Alison, a former model, and the older and more visibly eccentric Veronica of the title, a proofreader. They meet while Alison is treading water in office jobs in New York after she's abandoned posing for the camera. Alison is beautiful and Veronica is not, but nonetheless there are similarities beneath the surface.

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