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Sailing the Inland Sea
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Contents
Introduction
1. On the Banks of Lost River
2. Where the Landscape Moved Like Waves: An Interview with Marguerite Young
3. River of Spirit: An Interview with Dan Wakefield
4. Sacred Space in Ordinary Time
5. Quaker Zen: On Jessamyn West's Friendly Persuasion
6. Vonnegut: An Interview with Kurt Vonnegut
7. Free Singers/Be: On Etheridge Knight
8. On Wildness and Domesticity: An Interview with Scott Russell Sanders
9. The Gospel According to Lish
10. Imagination
11. On Being Fierce
12. Monopoly Houses: On John McPhee's In Search of Marvin Gardens
13. Sailing the Sea in New Harmony Indiana: On Digression in Creative Nonfiction
14. Driving Famous Writers Around I465
15. Leaping Across the Canyon: On Writing
16. Where's Iago?
17. Saturation: On Climate, Politics, and Sex in Magic Mountain and Snow Country
(or the Ballad of the S.A.D. Cafe)
18. Time Capsules: On Time in Willa Cather's Death Comes for the Archbishop
19. The Apprenticeship of Flannery O'Connor
20. The Gift of Fire: A Meditation on Art and Madness
21. On Common Ground: Indiana Literature and the Land
22. The Economy of Peace

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About the Author

Susan Neville is a native Hoosier and professor of English and creative writing at Butler University. Her books include Indiana Winter (IUP, 1994), Falling Toward Grace: Images of Religion and Culture from the Heartland (edited with J. Kent Calder) (IUP, 1998), and Iconography: A Writer's Meditation (IUP, 2003). She is also on the faculty of the Warren Wilson Program for Writers in North Carolina. She lives in Indianapolis, Indiana.

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"What makes this book one that I would certainly put on my reading list is that Neville explores writing--and the study of writing--in interesting and tangible ways." Sue William Silverman, author of Because I Remember Terror

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