Joyce Carol Oates reviews 'The Whites' for The New Yorker.
Read an excerpt from 'The Whites' by Richard Price, writing as Harry Brandt!
“My grandmother had no respect for my age and talked to me like we were two middle-aged sisters who had both been around the corner a few times too many, even t...hough I was 8, 9, 10. I dug it down to the floor.”
"I turned nine at the beginning of the summer of 1978. I spent the month of July at Camp Meadowlark, in the Berkshires, while my mother was at Yaddo, where she began to apply paint directly to canvas with just her hands. My mother met Richard Price at Yaddo that summer and she brought home a paperback copy of his debut, The Wanderers." - Ben Schrank on Richard Price, Three Guys One Book (posted by admin)
"I’m not William Burroughs. I don’t feel anything creative for me can come out of writing under the influence of a drug." From The Paris Review interview: