Airplane Reading (Paperback)
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In Airplane Reading, Christopher Schaberg and Mark Yakich bring together a range of essays about air travel. Discerning and full of wonder, this prismatic collection features perspectives from a variety of writers, airline workers, and everyday travelers. At turns irreverent, philosophical, and earnest, each essay is a veritable journey in and of itself. And together, they illuminate the at once strange and ordinary world of flight. Contributors: Lisa Kay Adam - Sarah Allison - Jane Armstrong - Thomas Beller - Ian Bogost - Alicia Catt - Laura Cayouette - Kim Chinquee - Lucy Corin - Douglas R. Dechow - Nicoletta-Laura Dobrescu - Tony D'Souza - Jeani Elbaum - Pia Z. Ehrhardt - Roxane Gay - Thomas Gibbs - Aaron Gilbreath - Anne Gisleson - Anya Groner - Julian Hanna - Rebecca Renee Hess - Susan Hodara - Pam Houston - Harold Jaffe - Chelsey Johnson - Nina Katchadourian - Alethea Kehas - Greg Keeler - Alison Kinney - Anna Leahy - Allyson Goldin Loomis - Jason Harrington - Kevin Haworth - Randy Malamud - Dustin Michael - Ander Monson - Timothy Morton - Peter Olson - Christiana Z. Peppard - Amanda Pleva - Arthur Plotnik - Neal Pollack - Connie Porter - Stephen Rea - Hugo Reinert - Jack Saux - Roger Sedarat - Nicole Sheets - Stewart Sinclair - Hal Sirowitz - Jess Stoner - Anca L. Szil gyi - Priscila Uppal - Matthew Vollmer - Joanna Walsh - Tarn Wilson.
About the Author
Christopher Schaberg is associate professor of English at Loyola University New Orleans. Mark Yakich, a frequent yet fearful flier, received his Ph.D. in creative writing from Florida State University and is a poet and professor of English at Loyola University New Orleans, and Editor of the New Orleans Review.