A Writer By Any Other Name Is Still as Sweet

Exploring the nicknames of four famous writers

“What’s in a name?” Shakespeare wrote. For the subjects of this week’s Bidwell Hollow, the answer is, it depends. 

Raymond Carver had different nicknames for various stages in his life. The monicker he received in his later years sealed the legacy by which we know him today. 

Herman Wouk didn’t have a label, at least not until after he passed away last ye…

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