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Long, Last, Happy

“Barry Hannah is the best fiction writer to appear in the South since Flannery O’Connor.”
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Keep the River on Your Right By Tobias Schneebaum
“A travelogue exotic enough to captivate even reluctant armchair travelers.”—Los Angeles Times
Where the Spirits Dwell
An Odyssey in the New Guinea Jungle
By Tobias Schneebaum
Grove Press
978-0-8021-3166-9 • $16.00 • Paperback • Mar. 1989
Anthropology
The author of the classic Keep the River on Your Right here tells the remarkable story of his four years among the Asmat of New Guinea, a jungle-dwelling people rumored to have killed Michael Rockefeller. Instead of ferocious cannibals, Schneebaum found a regal, loving, gentle people who freely accepted him and initiated him into a way of life no outsider had ever seen before. Adopted into an Asmat family in the village whose people were said to have killed Rockefeller, he crossed the boundaries into another culture and another age, learning secrets no other outsider had been allowed to see before. But it wasn’t until Schneebaum met Akatpitsjin, a handsome married man with five children, that he entered the erotic world of the Asmat, when the two became “exchange friends” and lovers, a practice basic to the sexual life of the village.

Schneebaum’s encounter with the Asmat ultimately became something more intimate and liberating for him than the mere discovery of tribal secrets. He confronted himself. His odyssey is as much the record of a journey into himself as it is a unique and sensitively observed account of a vanishing society, written with a shimmering sensuality that has no equal in the literature of anthropology or self-confession.

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The Global Soul Conference
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Washington, DC


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313 Read St
Santa Fe, NM


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An Evening with Viet Thanh Nguyen
Clemson University
Alumni Center
Clemson, SC


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Western Carolina University
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Refugees, The

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Annenberg Room 207
Los Angeles, CA


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Difficult Women

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Buffalo, NY


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CSU MONTEREY BAY
Seaside, CA


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Eveningland

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3900 Hillsboro Pike
Nashville, TN


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GOLDEN WEST COLLEGE
Huntington Beach, CA


Roxane Gay
Difficult Women

UNIV OF WISCONSIN AT MADISON
Madison, WI


Michael Knight
Eveningland

6:30 PM-7:30 PM: AVID BOOKSHOP
493 Prince Ave.
Athens, GA


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Freeman's: Home

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Chicago, IL


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Eveningland

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Freeman's: Home

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Eveningland

5:30 PM-7:00 PM: MIDTOWN READER
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Tallahassee, FL


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ASIAN AMERICAN STUDIES ASSOCIATION
Portland, OR


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7:00 PM: MCNALLY JACKSON
52 Prince Street
New York, NY


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7:00 PM: CHANGING HANDS
Cosponsored by ASU Creative Writing Program
6428 South McClintock
Phoenix, AZ


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Freeman's: Home

VENUE TK
London
London, UK


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Difficult Women

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Bovard Auditorium
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Difficult Women

3:30 PM-4:00 PM: SKYLIGHT BOOKS
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Los Angeles, CA


John Freeman
Freeman's: Home

VENUE TK
Berlin
Berlin, Germa


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Refugees, The

11:00 AM-12:00 PM: LOS ANGELES TIMES BOOK FESTIVAL
USC Campus
Seeley G. Mudd 124
Los Angeles, CA


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Refugees, The

1:30 PM-2:30 PM: LOS ANGELES TIMES FESTIVAL OF BOOKS
Is this Goodbye NEA?
USC Campus
Wallace Annenberg Hall
Los Angeles, CA


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Miss Burma

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MARYLAND SONS OF THE REVOLUTION
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Williamstown, MA


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Prospect Lefferts Gardens Location
632 Flatbush Ave (at Fenimore)
Brooklyn, NY


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7:00 PM-8:30 PM: ARLINGTON PUBLIC LIBRARY
Central Library
1015 N Quincy Street
Arlington, VA


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Refugees, The

7:00 PM: CENTER FOR FICTION
Co-Sponsored by PEN World Voices
17 E. 47th Street
New York City


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Refugees, The

2:00 PM-4:00 PM: BORO OF MANHATTAN COMM COLLEGE
The Writer in the World
BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center
199 Chambers St. Theater 2
New York City


Patrick O'Donnell
Washington's Immortals

5:30 PM: MARYLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY
201 West Monument Street
Baltimore, MD


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Freeman's: Home

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Muse and the Marketplace
Boston Park Plaza Hotel Grand Ballroom
50 Park Plaza at Arlington Street
Boston, MA


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Corona, CA


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