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Philip Schultz: The Wherewithal, a novel in verse

Philip Schultz, reads excerpts from The Wherewithal  A Novel in Verse ,  recorded in April 2014 at Canios Books, Sag Harbor. Introducing Mr. Schultz,  Poet   Grace Schulman said:  “Schultz takes on the challenge of writing about the Holocaust in a way that affects everyone in our time. Through it, he explores modern warfare, murder, hatred of our enemies, and most painfully of our friends. In short: He makes the unspeakable speakable, eloquently so.” Listen here :  The Wherewithal was published by W.W. Norton in 2014. Philip Schultz’s work includes the poetry collections: - Failure , for which he won the Pulitzer Prize for literature, and The God of Loneliness - and a memoir, My Dyslexia . Mr. Schultz can be heard reading these works on previous East End Ink programs linked above.