My Vita, If You Will: The Uncollected Ed McClanahan

My Vita If You Will The Uncollected Ed McClanahan Highlighting the collection is Grateful Dead I Have Known a long prize winning meditation about Jerry Garcia and the fanatical devotion of his fans Also collected here for the first time are McClanah

  • Title: My Vita, If You Will: The Uncollected Ed McClanahan
  • Author: Ed McClanahan
  • ISBN: 9781887178778
  • Page: 399
  • Format: Paperback
  • Highlighting the collection is Grateful Dead I Have Known, a long prize winning meditation about Jerry Garcia and the fanatical devotion of his fans Also collected here for the first time are McClanahans earliest short stories, along with book reviews, lost chapters of The Natural Man, and a substantial afterword to Famous People I Have Known His recollections of famousHighlighting the collection is Grateful Dead I Have Known, a long prize winning meditation about Jerry Garcia and the fanatical devotion of his fans Also collected here for the first time are McClanahans earliest short stories, along with book reviews, lost chapters of The Natural Man, and a substantial afterword to Famous People I Have Known His recollections of famous friends and fellow travelers form an integral part of this book He joins his buddy Ken Kesey in a bus journey reunion with other gray haired Merry Pranksters, and he pokes fun at his own graduate school flamboyance in a touching remembrance of his mentor Wallace Stegner.

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    About “Ed McClanahan

    • Ed McClanahan

      Edward Poage McClanahan was born in Brooksville, Kentucky in 1932 to Edward Leroy and Jesse Poage McClanahan He attended school there and later in nearby Maysville, Kentucky where the family relocated in 1948 McClanahan graduated from Miami University with a B.A in English in 1955 and from the University of Kentucky in 1958 with a M.A in English McClanahan taught English at Oregon State University, 1958 1962.He received a Wallace Stegner Fellowship in 1962 and remained at Stanford University as E H Jones Lecturer in Creative Writing until 1972 During his time at Stanford, while also known by his hippie moniker Captain Kentucky, McClanahan became good friends with author and fellow Stanford attendee Ken Kesey McClanahan was an active member of Kesey s band of Merry Pranksters McClanahan currently resides in Lexington, Kentucky with his third wife, Hilda He is active in Kentucky literary circles and can occasionally be seen, in full Captain Kentucky regalia, guest lecturing to University of Kentucky creative writing workshops.

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