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  • Hardcover
  • 330 pages
  • We Are Still Married
  • Garrison Keillor
  • English
  • 22 December 2014
  • 9780670826476

About the Author: Garrison Keillor

Garrison Keillor born Gary Edward Keillor on August in Anoka Minnesota is an American author storyteller humorist columnist musician satirist and radio personality He is known as host of the Minnesota Public Radio show A Prairie Home CompanionKeillor was born in Anoka Minnesota the son of Grace Ruth née Denham and John Philip Keillor who was a carpenter We Are PDF/EPUB ² and postal worker.



10 thoughts on “We Are Still Married

  1. Jan-Maat Jan-Maat says:

    I borrowed this collection of short stories and poems and thought it was uite funny I particularly enjoyed the Finn who wouldn't have a sauna and the hapless writer of bad cowboy stories who spent his days down at the library watching people read books written by his rivalsSo I got a copy for my Mum After some time I asked her if she liked it and found it funny No she said and started to tell me about one story but as she did so she started to laugh So she started to tell me about another of the stories and again she started to laughI went on to read a couple of other Garrison Keller books and they didn't make me laugh either Perhaps I should have told somebody about them down the phone

  2. Barbara Rice Barbara Rice says:

    Much of Keillor's work is simple and brilliant and easily identified with by any ordinary person who isn't struggling to be hip But occasionally GK writes a real clunker some story that goes on and on and on until you want to take a hatchet or a book of matches and put it out of its misery Those pieces almost always involve a struggling artiste who is misunderstood which makes me think it's just GK blowing off steam Still some editor should have said Nuh uh This one isn't going in the bookOverall though the title says it We are still married It's the small daily triumphs that count and comfort us

  3. Dennis Dennis says:

    As in any collection there are bound to be things you like and things you don't as well as things which are just dated such as the essays but most of this is timeless and a good read

  4. Deborah Bausmith Deborah Bausmith says:

    I’m not a “short stories” girl but this is mostly a collection of pieces letters stories poems held together by Keillor humor dry wit Even his definition of humor is a droll rambling—of humor “Sometimes I wish I could uit writing humor and just write irritation for a while I grow old and irritable”Unfortunately he did write irritation with some of the pieces Didn’t read them all—some were glib several were downright strange maybe funnier in their day? “A Liberal Reaches for Her whip” had imagined Hitler being interviewed on the “Today” show which was a tad upsetting His comment re his long running radio show “It was a long reach for a writer to do a radio show all those years like a dairy farmer sailing the Atlantic but that sort of thing happens all the time The open sea casts a powerful lure and dairy farmers are particularly susceptible” And he’s off on a tangent about sailing farmers and that’s just in the introI grew up in a day of letter writing A couple of boyfriends one I married I exchanged uite a few letters In a time of texting emails handwritten letters feel like ancient history I enjoyed his “How to Write a Letter” “We shy persons need to write a letter now and then or else we will dry up and blow away It’s true Such a sweet gift—a piece of handmade writing in an envelope that is not a bill sitting in your friend’s path when she trudges home from a long day spent among wahoos and savages a day our words will help repair They don’t need to be immortal just sincere”

  5. Koren Koren says:

    I'm a Keillor fan but I would not say this is his best work I had to go back a re read a lot because I couldnt figure out what he was talking about I wouldnt say that I laughed very much Part of it may have been that the book was written in the late 1980's I had started this at one time and decided to put it aside for a while This time I powered through and finished

  6. Timothy Rooney Timothy Rooney says:

    Further tales of lake Wobegon continue to entertain But we've heard the stories before Unexpected surprise to see some darker stories a accurate reflection of real life The poetry was also nice adding light whimsy to the prose makes for an amusing interruption

  7. Steve Steve says:

    Disappointing Not a typical Keillor piece I think it was a thrown together mish mash of leftovers designed to make a few buck Glad I read it but wouldn't read it again

  8. Patty Patty says:

    I read most of it and enjoyed a lot of it

  9. Chad Chad says:

    Good collection Not his usual form

  10. Fish Fish says:

    It's a good book to have out on the coffee table for a uick read and laugh As you read you hear most of the stories in those radio voices from Prairie Home Companion

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10 thoughts on “We Are Still Married

  1. Jan-Maat Jan-Maat says:

    I borrowed this collection of short stories and poems and thought it was uite funny I particularly enjoyed the Finn who wouldn't have a sauna and the hapless writer of bad cowboy stories who spent his days down at the library watching people read books written by his rivalsSo I got a copy for my Mum After some time I asked her if she liked it and found it funny No she said and started to tell me about one story but as she did so she started to laugh So she started to tell me about another of the stories and again she started to laughI went on to read a couple of other Garrison Keller books and they didn't make me laugh either Perhaps I should have told somebody about them down the phone

  2. Barbara Rice Barbara Rice says:

    Much of Keillor's work is simple and brilliant and easily identified with by any ordinary person who isn't struggling to be hip But occasionally GK writes a real clunker some story that goes on and on and on until you want to take a hatchet or a book of matches and put it out of its misery Those pieces almost always involve a struggling artiste who is misunderstood which makes me think it's just GK blowing off steam Still some editor should have said Nuh uh This one isn't going in the bookOverall though the title says it We are still married It's the small daily triumphs that count and comfort us

  3. Dennis Dennis says:

    As in any collection there are bound to be things you like and things you don't as well as things which are just dated such as the essays but most of this is timeless and a good read

  4. Deborah Bausmith Deborah Bausmith says:

    I’m not a “short stories” girl but this is mostly a collection of pieces letters stories poems held together by Keillor humor dry wit Even his definition of humor is a droll rambling—of humor “Sometimes I wish I could uit writing humor and just write irritation for a while I grow old and irritable”Unfortunately he did write irritation with some of the pieces Didn’t read them all—some were glib several were downright strange maybe funnier in their day? “A Liberal Reaches for Her whip” had imagined Hitler being interviewed on the “Today” show which was a tad upsetting His comment re his long running radio show “It was a long reach for a writer to do a radio show all those years like a dairy farmer sailing the Atlantic but that sort of thing happens all the time The open sea casts a powerful lure and dairy farmers are particularly susceptible” And he’s off on a tangent about sailing farmers and that’s just in the introI grew up in a day of letter writing A couple of boyfriends one I married I exchanged uite a few letters In a time of texting emails handwritten letters feel like ancient history I enjoyed his “How to Write a Letter” “We shy persons need to write a letter now and then or else we will dry up and blow away It’s true Such a sweet gift—a piece of handmade writing in an envelope that is not a bill sitting in your friend’s path when she trudges home from a long day spent among wahoos and savages a day our words will help repair They don’t need to be immortal just sincere”

  5. Koren Koren says:

    I'm a Keillor fan but I would not say this is his best work I had to go back a re read a lot because I couldnt figure out what he was talking about I wouldnt say that I laughed very much Part of it may have been that the book was written in the late 1980's I had started this at one time and decided to put it aside for a while This time I powered through and finished

  6. Timothy Rooney Timothy Rooney says:

    Further tales of lake Wobegon continue to entertain But we've heard the stories before Unexpected surprise to see some darker stories a accurate reflection of real life The poetry was also nice adding light whimsy to the prose makes for an amusing interruption

  7. Steve Steve says:

    Disappointing Not a typical Keillor piece I think it was a thrown together mish mash of leftovers designed to make a few buck Glad I read it but wouldn't read it again

  8. Patty Patty says:

    I read most of it and enjoyed a lot of it

  9. Chad Chad says:

    Good collection Not his usual form

  10. Fish Fish says:

    It's a good book to have out on the coffee table for a uick read and laugh As you read you hear most of the stories in those radio voices from Prairie Home Companion

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