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Anne Trubek

Anne Trubek's book on visiting the museums of writers' homes is forthcoming from the University of Pennsylvania Press. Her work has appeared in the WASHINGTON POST, THE BELIEVER, DWELL, AGNI, and elsewhere.

 

Articles by Anne Trubek

ISSUE 66: Fading From View: Was Thomas Wolfe a genius? And should we care? Thumbnail

ISSUE 66: Fading From View: Was Thomas Wolfe a genius? And should we care?

The Thomas Wolfe Memorial, in downtown Asheville, North Carolina, is being swallowed up. New developments are dwarfing the yellow frame house on every side, like that little pink house in Virginia Lee Burton’s classic children’s book. First, the Renaissance Hotel went up across the street. Then, in the summer of 2006, a developer scooped up a parking lot catty-corner from the Renaissance and began construction on new, upscale condominiums.

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