The Bright Forever of Lee Martin

May 1, 2008 § Leave a comment


We don’t like to play favorites here at Brevity, but sometimes we do, and Lee Martin is one of our favorites, both for his brilliant novels and searing memoirs, and for the Brevity 17 jewel Dumber Than.

We’d really like to take credit for discovering Lee, but the Pulitzer folks placed him as a finalist a few years back, so we think he was already on the map when we found him.

In any case, he is profiled nicely in the latest Poets & Writers magazine, and he is a great guy, and a stunning writer, and we are happy to have published him.

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