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Good Yo te quise m s By Tom Spanbauer Cruz Rodr guez Juiz are Kindle Tom Spanbauer is a novelist and the founder of Dangerous Writing As a writer he has explored issues of race

Good Yo te quise más By Tom Spanbauer Cruz Rodríguez Juiz are Kindle Tom Spanbauer is a novelist and the founder of Dangerous Writing As a writer he has explored issues of race, of sexual identity, of how we make a family for ourselves in order to surmount the limitations of the families into which we are born.His published novels are Faraway Places, The Man Who Fell In Love With The Moon, In The City Of Shy Hunters, Now Is the Hour, and coming out April 1st 2014 from Hawthorne Press I LOVED YOU MORE, are notable for their combination of a fresh and lyrical prose style with solid storytelling.As a teacher his innovative approach combines close attention to language with a large hearted openness to what he calls the sore place that place within each of us that is the source for stories that no one else can tell His introductory workshop is an underground legend among emerging writers in the Pacific Northwest and beyond The community of writers that has formed around him is dedicated to the proposition that Fiction is the lie that tells the truth truer Tom lives, writes, and teaches in Portland Oregon Tom Spanbauer 2007, October 16 From tomspanbauer pages bio Used with permission from the author.. Hank y Ben establecieron una profunda amistad en el Nueva York de los a os ochenta, mientras aprend an a convertirse en escritores Hank era heterosexual, y Ben, a pesar de haber estado con mujeres, un homosexual en toda regla En los a os noventa, Ben, ya sin Hank y enfermo de sida, se enamor de Ruth, una de sus estudiantes de escritura creativa en Portland.El d a que HaHank y Ben establecieron una profunda amistad en el Nueva York de los a os ochenta, mientras aprend an a convertirse en escritores Hank era heterosexual, y Ben, a pesar de haber estado con mujeres, un homosexual en toda regla En los a os noventa, Ben, ya sin Hank y enfermo de sida, se enamor de Ruth, una de sus estudiantes de escritura creativa en Portland.El d a que Hank apareci de nuevo en escena, nada pudo evitar que se cumpliera aquella famosa regla del tres, seg n la cual a un tr o siempre se le acaba sumando un cuarto o restando uno Ben quien qued fuera.. Bestseller Ebook Yo te quise más Puto Spanbauer, tío.
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    Tom Spanbauer is a novelist and the founder of Dangerous Writing As a writer he has explored issues of race, of sexual identity, of how we make a family for ourselves in order to surmount the limitations of the families into which we are born.His published novels are Faraway Places, The Man Who Fell In Love With The Moon, In The City Of Shy Hunters, Now Is the Hour, and coming out April 1st 2014 from Hawthorne Press I LOVED YOU MORE, are notable for their combination of a fresh and lyrical prose style with solid storytelling.As a teacher his innovative approach combines close attention to language with a large hearted openness to what he calls the sore place that place within each of us that is the source for stories that no one else can tell His introductory workshop is an underground legend among emerging writers in the Pacific Northwest and beyond The community of writers that has formed around him is dedicated to the proposition that Fiction is the lie that tells the truth truer Tom lives, writes, and teaches in Portland Oregon Tom Spanbauer 2007, October 16 From tomspanbauer pages bio Used with permission from the author.

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  • First of all, the pub date is April 1st, 2014 But you can order this NOW direct from Hawthorne books Link Link hawthornebooks catalogue iThere were so many things I took away from Tom Spanbauer s workshop But two of them really stood out in this book, and stood out in a way where I can recommend the book to anybody.The first one, that a writer should tell a story the way he would tell it to a dear friend he hasn t seen in years, 2 cocktails in You pick up your old friend at the airport, you say, [...]


  • When Tom Spanbauer releases a new book, you drop everything I love this man Each time though, I forget how much emotional and psychic energy he wrings out of me, what you go through body and soul You can t read them passively, you ve got to give to get back, he gives you no choice I always come out the other end changed, feeling alive, connected to the practice of being alive All I can say is I didn t ever want to stop reading this novel On the last page I cried in front of my cat I want to th [...]


  • I finished this book on the airplane yesterday on my way back from Denver and when I landed, a friend of mine asked me how my flight was, and I tried to describe this book and I feel like I utterly failed To say it s a book about a love triangle is so hollow to say it s a book about sexuality, romance, AIDS, fear, shame, hope, and death is a bit closer I tried to explain that it follows the protagonist across decades, from New York to Idaho to Oregon, from lover to lover, from pre status to post [...]


  • Empieza fuerte, con la fuerza ingenua de la juventud, luego los personajes se alejan de Nueva York y parece que la historia frena Pero solo est cogiendo carrerilla para unas p ginas finales demoledoras Hay tantas frases que cortan como un cuchillo


  • Uf, por fin lo termin Seg n parece ser que soy de las pocas, poqu simas personas a las que este libro no les ha gustado Me ha resultado pesado, aburrido y repetitivo y eso que la historia me llamaba much simo Puta coletilla cansina, t o, la bombilla que titila, Litlle Ben arriba, Big Ben abajo, y expresiones recurrentes varias, un no parar vaya Por no hablar de la absoluta idealizaci n de Hank por parte de Ben, no puedo con ella, es que todo en l es perfecci n aj , mmm, claro.No he conseguido co [...]



  • Lo intent , juro que lo intent , pero no pude soportar m s a este narrador La prosa estuvo bien, cuesta adaptarse de todos modos, pero a n as era totalmente tedioso de seguir Jam s entend el agigantamiento de Huck por parte de Ben, estaba harto de su excesiva necesidad de contar que el otro era un macho con todas las letras y que romantice tanto sus pedos y eructos en lugares p blicos Y el tri ngulo amoroso ese tan turbulento y raro que a la final no me apetec a saber en qu terminaba La verdad e [...]


  • I closed the final page of this novel and couldn t move And then the tears came.Spanbauer has written a novel so painful and honest that at times it felt like a physical punch to the gut This a piece of work that you immerse yourself in I lived these characters lives.Now I m going to spend the rest of my day feeling not quite sure what to do with myself because I m still processing all these feelings.



  • I picked this book up on a whim at a BarnesNoble on a table with contemporary fiction of note as I was buying a travel guide for a coming trip, thinking it s always good to have a book when traveling because you never know when you ll be stuck in the airport or somewhere, and the inside front cover and back cover were full of glowing reviews, and I thought, man it s been a while since I read any contemporary LGBT fiction, and given a part of the novel takes place in my neighborhood in the mid80s [...]


  • Chelsea Cain Chuck Palahniuk Cheryl Strayed Monica Drake Just a few of the names who talk Tom Spanbauer.Last week it was announced that Tom Spanbauer has been awarded the Steward H Holbrook Literary Legacy Award for contributions to Oregon s literary life Spanbauer has been running a regular workshop in Portland for decades, and the amount of writing talent in and out of his door is staggering Indeed, than 30 of Spanbauer s workshop students have gone on to publish their own work.It s a great a [...]


  • La perfecci n hecha libro Amor, desamor, dolor, enfermedad, SIDA, cancer, amistad, celos Todos los temas dolorosos que puedan imaginar, sin golpes bajos Con mucho humor El talento de este escritor es envidiable Una maravilla No dejen de leerlo


  • I love Tom Spanbauer s writing I have read all four of his previous novels of literary fiction and each made a permanent, positive impression on me His first and highly original 1991 novel, The Man Who Fell in Love with the Moon, is recognized as a breakthrough in modern gay fiction, honestly exploring multiple aspects of human sexuality It s one of my all time favorite books The other three are similar in quality He is also a successful teacher of creative writing whose many students have likew [...]


  • Tom s a favorite of mine, and and every time I pick up one of his novels This one, though I ll be honest, my favorite author is Chuck Palahniuk, not Tom Spanbauer but this one, though This book is by far the most significant book I ve ever read, my FAVORITE book now, too It s, in my opinion, the best modern book on the shelf Don t miss out.Also, anyone who s ignorant enough to mistreat homosexuals, you ought to read this, too it ll make you feel like such an ass, and maybe you ll get it, then. [...]


  • This beautifully written, tender, sensitive narration is about love in all its expressions It s about loving ourselves and all of the ways we are human, as lover, son, brother, writer, friend It s a Great American Story western movement, the return home, history, both personal and collective and a story of home.There were passages that made me stop reading and hold the book to my chest until I could breathe again It s that beautiful It s haunting.


  • Sin duda lo primero q debo decir es q no le llega ni a la suela del zapato a El hombre q se enamor de la luna de este mismo autor En segundo lugar q me ha costado una vida entrar en el libro y que hasta m s all de la mitad no entend a cual era el camino por el q me estaba llevando Y en tercer y ltimo lugar, finalmente consigui entretenerme y hacerme ver los por qu del protagonista.


  • I inhale on the cigarette so deep I inhale every aspect of the night, the place, that moment the kerosene light, the heat from the stove, the draft from the back door, the drizzle of rain on the tin roof, the smell of the rain and the smell of tamales and boiled beans, the smack of hot sauce on my tongue, the tang of the beer This book has such beautiful writing and such rawness and realness to it It s a book about being gay, love, friendship, writing, AIDS, cancer and hope It s pretty amazing b [...]


  • I m sure beautiful and heartbreaking are words that have been overused to describe this book so add me on to the list of people who would go the easy route and describe it with those two words The writing just falls off the page into your brain, and just like when reading The Man Who Fell In Love With The Moon I found myself turning an hour of reading before bed into 3 or 4 hours of reading without even realizing it.


  • So beautiful it hurts You want to read this book, you don t want to read this book You want to know what happens next but you don t want to know And with every painful description of the things you ve felt but have never been able to describe, you want to put it down but you don t As a bookseller I d feel responsible for the reader I recommend it to I d say read this book, but only if you re sure you can handle it It s so beautiful it hurts.


  • I am unsure how to put into words how brilliant this book really is Although the blurb of the book focuses on the love triangle I feel it is so much than this, perhaps it is a celebration of one man s life Everyone of Tom Spanbauer s books I have enjoyed however this I feel is his best to date, even next to the sublime The Man Who Fell In Love With The Moon Tom Spanbauer is definitely the master of high class gay fiction.


  • This book is an amazing achievement, and has become the book by which I judge all others There are just not enough stars It s heart breaking and beautiful and unflinchingly honest Spanbauer nails love and longing and loss The ending is really something special, and left me than a little bit in love with Tom Ben.



  • This personal saga covers decades in author Ben s life, and mostly his bromance with writing colleague Hank Dipping back and forth in time, the novel includes New York s 80s, his Idaho youth, and a few intimate epic trips Having recently read Spanbauer s novel Now Is The Hour, I got a clear roman a clef sense, from his references to childhood, and other aspects The repetition of phrases and foretelling of pivotal events to come, whether poetic or annoying, depending on your taste, returned and r [...]


  • Here is an almost epic journey through a writer s adult life someone of my own generation, with the touchstones we would all have a visit to childhood and what forms us, our educations, our friends in college who we keep forever in our hearts, the music we loved, the plague years for gay men, love triangles, and for me an eye opening look into a gay man s relationship with women Thoroughly enjoyable, I connected with his character of Ben Grunewald from the outset and did not let go I didn t like [...]


  • This book reminded me of Fight Club, but not in the way you d think It s not about guys beating the shit out of each other, at least not on the surface But it is a similar meditation on masculinity, from a very different perspective Because he s gay, Ben is in many ways an outcast from the world of men Through his friendship with Hank, a straight guy and in many ways the masculine ideal, the author explores this idea of what it means to be a man, and what it means to be a gay man The books also [...]



  • Fant stico, como siempre Spanbauer en estado puro frustaciones, miedos, errores que no podemos o queremos evitar narrado todo en ese estilo tan suyo, tan directo, que te llega al coraz n De nuevo repeticiones de aspectos de los personajes, de elementos de la escena o de palabras clave De este libro me quedo con propincuidad.


  • A pesar de que no me gustan las novelas que s lo se centran en el amor desamor porque a mi juicio suelen ser todas iguales, sta me ha gustado bastante porque NO es igual que el resto Al principio piensas que menuda mierda, despu s parece interesante, de vez en cuando te hace re r, m s tarde te enganchas, y al final te har llorar.


  • There are many books I read to escape, they are what I affectionately dub brain candy Tom s books aren t escapist, they re sinewy and achy, they live in the body They re a sort of imagism seared into the body, a living, twisted memory I Loved You More is about a relationship triangle It s not even necessarily romantic in nature, but about those relationships that get so close and so much a part of who we are that it s painful to even move Propinquity Hank and Ben meet in a writing class in the 1 [...]


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