A Conversation with Daniel Woodrell Interview by Keith Rawson

Is it cliché to say that Daniel Woodrell is “criminally” underrated as a novelist? Most likely it is, but it, in fact, describes the iconic Arkansas novelist best. Over the last thirty-five years Woodrell has slowly but surely carved out his niche in the landscape of American literature by chronicling the travails of the new American working class and the hard bitten men and women of the Ozarks.

Woodrell’s work as a novelist has ranged from hardboiled detective fiction (The Bayou Trilogy) to far more darkly meditative works such as The Death of Sweet Mister and Winter’s Bone.

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