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Author: Richard Schwarzenberger

Richard Schwarzenberger is a native Kansan and a resident of San Francisco where he makes his living as a gardener and a swim instructor for people afraid in water. He is also a longtime columnist for The Monthly, and the author of several books, including IN FARO'S GARDEN: A TOUR AND SOME DETOURS (Ithuriel's Spear, 2006), as well as the upcoming novel, City of Disappearances. He is co-translator along with Grace Martin Smith of Listening to Istanbul, poems of Orhan Veli Kanik.

Hapless Males
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Hapless Males

Ithuriel's Spear

Fiction. A collection of sly, seductive, stories that establish Schwarzenberger as a conjuror of the cautionary tale. These are portraits of guys we all know, for better or worse, the querulous and the quixotic, the angry and the hilarious, the resi...

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In Faro's Garden: A Tour and Some Detours
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In Faro's Garden: A Tour and Some Detours

Ithuriel's Spear

Literary Nonfiction. For over a decade, regular columns from Faro's garden have appeared in the East Bay Monthly and in the San Francisco Chronicle, where the author wrestles with his garden as Jacob wrestled with the angel, pinning it down and winn...

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