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Gordon Weaver


Gordon Weaver was born in 1937 in Moline, Illinois. He joined the army when he was seventeen and served in Germany. After the army, he took a B.A. from the University of Wisconsin in English, an M.A. from the University of Illinois and a Ph.D. from the University of Denver. He has taught at various colleges, including the University of Southern Mississippi where he founded the Mississippi Review. He has published stories, poetry and novels.

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Gordon Weaver
Feeding The Bulldog: Turning A Buck In The Real World (article by Weaver)


1968 Count a Lonely Cadence (novel)
1972 The Entombed Man of Thule (stories)
1975 Such Waltzing Was Not Easy (stories)
1975 Give Him a Stone (novel)
1980 Getting Serious (stories)
1980 Circling Byzantium (novel)
1985 Morality Play (stories)
1986 A World Quite Round (stories)
1988 The Eight Corners of the World (novel)
1991 Men Who Would Be Good (stories)
1994 The Way we Know in Dreams (stories)
1997 Four Decades: New and Selected Stories (stories)
1998 Small Defeats (poetry)
2000 Long Odds (stories)
2004 Last Stands (stories)
2006 Conan Doyle and the Parson’s Son : the George Edalji Case