Rudy Wurlitzer  

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Rudy Wurlitzer (b. 1938) is a U.S. novelist and screenwriter. His books include Nog, Flats, Quake, and Slow Fade. He also wrote a non-fiction book Hard Travel to Sacred Places.

Among his many screenplays are:

He wrote the libretto for Philip Glass' opera In The Penal Colony.

He has also written four TV scripts for 100 Centre Street, directed by Sidney Lumet.

His latest novel, The Drop Edge of Yonder, is slated for a Spring 2008 release from Two Dollar Radio.





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