The Gary Garvin NC Archive Page

 

Gary Garvin lives in Portland, Oregon, where he writes and reflects on a thirty-year career teaching English.  His short stories and essays have appeared in TriQuarterly, Web ConjunctionsFourth Genre, Numéro Cinq, the minnesota reviewNew Novel ReviewConfrontationThe New ReviewThe Santa Clara ReviewThe South Carolina Review, The Berkeley Graduate, and The Crescent Review.  He is currently at work on a collection of essays and a novel. His architectural models can be found at Under Construction. A catalog of his writing can be found at Fictions.

Nonfiction

Completing the Mies van der Rohe Brick Country House, An Odyssey

Paris in Black and White / 1973-74

Ridin’ the Rail: The Ending of Huckleberry Finn Revisited

Man in the Holocene: Point of View/point of view/Frisch

The View from the Masthead: Moby Dick Cut in Half

Gloriously Pointless

Fiction

In the Garden

Mikrokosmos

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Blog Posts

Gary Garvin recently began blogging for the magazine; you can read his posts here.