James Salter’s All That Is (Knopf), his first new novel since 1979, is a reflective work, a reconsideration of many of the themes he has explored in his earlier fiction. Looking back at Salter’s prior novels through his archive at the Harry Ransom Center, one can see the artist at work and better understand the sentiments that guide his craft.
Some notebooks from Salter’s archive can be seen on The Daily Beast.
Learn more about what Salter’s notebooks reveal about his creative process.

James Salter’s All That Is (Knopf), his first new novel since 1979, is a reflective work, a reconsideration of many of the themes he has explored in his earlier fiction. Looking back at Salter’s prior novels through his archive at the Harry Ransom Center, one can see the artist at work and better understand the sentiments that guide his craft.

Some notebooks from Salter’s archive can be seen on The Daily Beast.

Learn more about what Salter’s notebooks reveal about his creative process.

  1. writerss reblogged this from ransomcenter
  2. grigiabot reblogged this from ransomcenter
  3. theredshoes reblogged this from fuckyeahmanuscripts and added:
    “SAVE NOTHING”
  4. sixsecondshigh reblogged this from fuckyeahmanuscripts
  5. chroniclesofafrenchdj reblogged this from fuckyeahmanuscripts
  6. overweight-brunette reblogged this from fuckyeahmanuscripts
  7. booksandpublishing reblogged this from fuckyeahmanuscripts
  8. fuckyeahmanuscripts reblogged this from ransomcenter
  9. prairielights reblogged this from aaknopf
  10. agujaespacial reblogged this from ransomcenter
  11. aaknopf reblogged this from ransomcenter
  12. howmuchfortheape reblogged this from ransomcenter
  13. ransomcenter posted this
Short URL for this post: http://tmblr.co/ZPDvsvi_bSSr