Author Richard Ford (Independence Day) Speaks at Benaroya Hall
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Read Ford’s 2008 story “Leaving for Kenosha” in The New Yorker.
Richard Ford is the Pulitzer Prize- and PEN/Faulkner Award-winning author of Independence Day, the second book in his trilogy of Frank Bascombe novels, and a winner of the Rea Award for the Short Story for outstanding achievement in that genre.
The Lay of the Land (2006)
_Independence Day _(1995)
Rock Springs (short stories, 1987)
_The Sportswriter _(1986)