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Wendell Berry

Wendell BerryAKA Wendell Erdman Berry

Born: 5-Aug-1934
Birthplace: Port Royal, KY

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Author

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: A Place on Earth

Father: John Berry
Mother: Virginia
Wife: Tanya Amyx (m. 1957, one son, one daughter)

    High School: Millersburg Military Institute
    University: BA, University of Kentucky (1956)
    University: MA, University of Kentucky (1957)
    Professor: Stanford University
    Professor: New York University (1962-64)
    Professor: University of Kentucky (1964-77)

    Kucinich for President
    Guggenheim Fellowship 1961
    Thomas Merton Award 1999

Author of books:
Nathan Coulter (1960, novel)
The Broken Ground (1964, poetry)
A Place on Earth (1967, novel)
The Long-Legged House (1969, essays)
The Hidden Wound (1970, nonfiction)
Farming: A Handbook (1970, poetry)
The Unforeseen Wilderness: An Essay on Kentucky's Red River Gorge (1971)
The Memory of Old Jack (1974, novel)
The Unsettling of America (1977, nonfiction)
The Gift of Good Land (1981, essays)
Standing by Words (1985)
The Collected Poems: 1957-1982 (1985, poetry)
The Wild Birds: Six Stories of the Port William Membership (1986, short stories)
Home Economics (1987, essays)
Remembering (1988, novel)
Sabbaths (1987, poetry)
What Are People For? (1990, essays)
Fidelity (1992, short stories)
Sex, Economy, Freedom, and Community (1993, essays)
Watch with Me (1994, short stories)
Another Turn of the Crank (1995)
A World Lost (1997, novel)
Two More Stories Of The Port William Membership (1997)
Life is a Miracle: An Essay Against Modern Superstition (2000)
Jayber Crow (2000, novel)
That Distant Land: The Collected Stories of Wendell Berry (2004, short stories)
Hannah Coulter (2004, novel)

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