Raymond Carver

Raymond Carver was an American short-story writer and poet. He is considered the most influential writer of American short stories in the second half of the 20th century.

His short stories include “Call If You Need Me: The Uncollected Fiction and Other Prose,” “Where I'm Calling From: New and Selected Stories,” “Those Days: Early Writings by Raymond Carver,” “My Father's Life,” “The Stories of Raymond Carver,” “If It Please You,” “Cathedral,” “The Pheasant,” “What We Talk About When We Talk About Love,” “Furious Seasons and Other Stories,” “Put Yourself in My Shoes,” and “Will You Please Be Quiet, Please?”

Poetry works include “A New Path to the Waterfall,” “In a Marine Light: Selected Poems,” “Reaching," "Soda Crackers," "The Baker," "Louise," “At Night the Salmon Move,” “Winter Insomnia,” “Ultramarine,” “Where Water Comes Together with Other Water,” and “Near Klamath.”