Author Archives

Julia Hanna  (5 articles)

From this archive page, you can build your own custom Julia Hanna publication by checking the articles you wish to read and then pressing "give me my paper!" below. (For more details on using the checkboxes, please click here.) You can also run a keyword search of Julia Hanna archives, or just click on any link to go directly to a given article.


Search & Archives
Search the archives using the form below or browse through them by issue, author, or column.

Enter one or more keywords to search for:


Windy City
In his book, "Martin Bauman," author David Leavitt chronicles in the third person his own story of discovery, sexuality and writing. [09-11-00]
— Julia Hanna, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

Memory Served
In "Hard to Forget: An Alzheimer's Story," Charles Pierce recounts the effects of Alzheimer's disease on himself and his family. [07-17-00]
— Julia Hanna, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

Green Pastures
Jane Smiley's "Horse Heaven" recreates the world of modern-day horse racing in persuasive detail. [05-15-00]
— Julia Hanna, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

Meta-Marilyn
Joyce Carol Oates's "Blonde," a ficticious autobiography of Marilyn Monroe, it is steeped in Oates's gothic excess and eerie description. [04-24-00]
— Julia Hanna, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

Boy, Girl, Boy
John Colapinto's, "As Nature Made Him," the story of a boy who was raised as a girl due to a botched circumcision, mixes fascinating questions with an irresistible narrative. [03-06-00]
— Julia Hanna, THE BOSTON PHOENIX

Paperboy!

From this archive page, you can build your own custom Julia Hanna publication by checking the articles listed above that you wish to read and then pressing "give me my paper!" below. (For more details on building your custom publication, please click here.)



Weekly Wire Suggested Links



Search Archives . Issue Index . Author Index . Column Index


Weekly Wire    Copyright © 1995-98 DesertNet, LLC, The Boston Phoenix . Info Booth