10 Top Andre Dubus Quotes That You Should Bookmark
Short story writer
Andre Jules Dubus II, renowned as Andre Dubus was an American essayist, short story writer, and an autobiographer. Despite writing a few novels, Andre liked only to be known as a short story writer. ‘Ploughshares’ and ‘Sewanee Review’ are the two small literary journals in which he published his work throughout his career. Voices from the Moon’ , ‘The Last Worthless Evening’, ‘Separate Flights’, ‘Adultery and Other Choices’, ‘Finding a Girl in America’, ‘ The Times Are Never So Bad’ and ‘Adultery and Other Choices’ are some of his collected works. ‘The Lieutenant’ was the first work he published. ‘Selected Stories’, a book which was published in 1988 helped him in winning ‘MacArthur Award’. His fiction ‘Dancing After Hours’ was categorized in the final list for a ‘National Book Critics Award’ and he even won ‘Rea Award’ for the same. We have gathered few of his quotes and thoughts that would encourage the writer in you. Take a look at the renowned quotations and sayings by Andre Dubus which have been excerpted from his writings, books, thoughts, essays, journals, work and life. Here is a collection of quotes and thoughts by Andre Dubus on stories, book, truth, reading, quit, perseverance, writing, love, pain, art, passion, neglect, hope and fear.