Tag Archives: Barry Hannah

Ray

“This novel hangs in the memory like a fishhook. It will haunt you long after you have finally put it down. Barry Hannah is…

Long, Last, Happy

A career-spanning collection from the beloved master of the short story and the Southern Gothic idiom, Long, Last, Happy is a fitting tribute to…

High Lonesome

“Barry Hannah writes the most consistently interesting sentences of any writer in America today. . . . High Lonesome collects thirteen stories, a handful…

Geronimo Rex

“Barry Hannah writes about adolescence with a rare pizzazz and insight. . . . [He] flings around his prose like the baton of a…

Bats Out of Hell

“The best of these twenty-three stories are as good as they come. Risky, inventive, comic, with gothic overtones, they have the Faulknerian weight of…

Airships

“[Airships] struck me–as a great upheaval of our literary expectations, a liberating force. . . . Hannah’s language is audacious, bracing and insistent, often…