Denis Boyles

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Denis Boyles is a writer, editor, former university lecturer and the author/editor of several books of poetry, travel/history, criticism, humor, practical advice and essays, including Design Poetics (1975), The Modern Man's Guide to Life (1986), African Lives (1989), Man Eaters Motel (1991), A Man's Life: The Complete Instructions (1996), The Pocket Professor series (2001) and Vile France (2005). For the past few years he has been writing commentary on the European press in a column for National Review Online, and is a frequent guest on radio and television programs. His most recent book is Superior, Nebraska, a book about Midwestern political and social values published by Doubleday (2008). Boyles is currently at work on a book about early 20th century publishing in the U.S. and Britain for Knopf. He resides in France, where he teaches at The Brouzils Seminars, a graduate and undergraduate writing and creative arts program affiliated with Fort Hays State University in Kansas. He is a Visiting Fellow in the School of Humanities at the University of Buckingham and co-editor of The Fortnightly Review.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Design Poetics (1975)
  • The Modern Man's Guide to Life (1986)
  • African Lives (1989)
  • Man Eaters Motel and Other Stops on the Railway to Nowhere (1991)
  • The Modern Man's Guide to Modern Women (1993)
  • A Man's Life: The Complete Instructions (1996)
  • The Lost Lore of a Man's Life (1997)
  • The Pocket Professor's guides (religion, physics, philosophy, economics) (as series editor) (2001)
  • Vile France (2005)
  • Superior, Nebraska : The Common-Sense Value of America's Heartland (2008)

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