Robert Coover Michael Kupperman
Mcsweeney's Literary Arts Fund
Robert Coover, father of modern American experimental fiction, returns with "Stepmother," a masterful reimagining of the fairy-tale tradition. There is magic, there are princes, there are painful castrations. There is also beauty, and true love, of a sort.
Robert Coover is the author of Public Burning, Pinocchio in Venice, and many
others. He lives in Providence, Rhode Island, where he teaches at Brown
His first novel, The Origin of the Brunists, won the 1966 William Faulkner Award.
Michael Kupperman is an artist and cartoonist whose work has appeared in many publications including The New Yorker and The New York Times. He lives in New York City.