Idiot Savant: Henry Ford as Proto-Postmodern Man

David Bosworth’s fiction, poetry, literary reviews, and essays on cultural change in America have been published in numerous journals. His novel, From My Father, Singing (1986), was a recipient of the Editors’ Book Award, and his collection of short fiction, The Death of Descartes (1981), was selected for the University of Pittsburgh Press’s Drue Heinz Literature Prize. He teaches in the University of Washington’s creative writing program and resides in Seattle.