on My Life and My Films by Jean Renoir; &Ecrits, 1926-1971 by Jean Renoir

on Published in Paris: American and British Writers, Printers, and Publishers in Paris, 1920-1939 by Hugh Ford, Janet Flanner

on Rene Magritte by A. M. Hammacher

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William Heyen’s Shoah Train: Poems (Etruscan Press, 2004) was a finalist for the National Book Award; Mayapple Press will publish his book-length poem, The Angel Voices, in 2010. A past Senior Fulbright Lecturer in American Literature in Germany, Heyen has been awarded National Endowment for the Arts, Guggenheim, and American Academy of Arts and Letters fellowships, among other prizes and honors. He lives in Brockport, New York.

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