- Story (in Points of View anthology) -- definitely read this one. I must have read at as a lad and it's still stuck with me.
- Film, won the 1972 New York Teenage Kodak Movie Award for Best Cinematography. It seems pretty bad until you realize these guys are amateurs. Then it's impressive. They pull off some good moments despite limitations of budget and acting classes. Kudos.
- "The Woman in the Rose-Colored Dress" at Narrative
- "The Infinite Passion of Expectation" at Vice
- "Around the Dear Ruin" [page down] at Vice
Interview and articles:
- Passion and Craft interview (Here's an author who takes early influences seriously. She includes genre fantasists like George MacDonald. Usually names get rattled off.)
- Daphne Kalotay
- Marianne Rogoff's student remembrance
- Here's Richard Yates on the beginning of "Around the Dear Ruin"
- Here's Whitney Otto on its ending
- The best I can't find, but if you can find another here's a place holder