Additional Resources for The Cobweb by Raymond Carver

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Gentry, Marshall Bruce, and William L. Stull, eds., Conversations with Raymond Carver, University Press of Mississippi, 1990.

This is the most comprehensive collection of interviews
with Carver. In them, Carver discusses his life
before and after alcohol, his craft, and his writing
habits.


Halpert, Sam, ed., What We Talk about When We Talk about Raymond Carver, Gibbs Smith, 1991.

Halpert collects interviews with those who were closest
to Carver. Halpert's book remains one of the best
sources of biographical and critical information about
Carver and his writing.


Meyer, Adam, Raymond Carver, Twayne, 1995.

Meyer provides a thorough and useful introduction
to Carver's work, though he focuses, like most Carver
critics, on his stories rather than his poems.

Stull, William L., and Maureen P. Carroll, eds., Remembering Ray: A Composite Biography of Raymond Carver, Capra, 1993.

This volume collects useful comments and anecdotes
about Carver by friends, editors, and readers.

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