Sherwood Anderson was a 20th century American writer of short
stories. Anderson grew up in Ohio and after college became a
copywriter in Chicago. He is most famous for his collection of
interrelated short stories, Winesburg Ohio, which he began writing
in 1919. Anderson had three marriages, suffered a nervous breakdown
and died in Panama at the age of 64. The cause of death was
peritonitis after he accidentally swallowed a piece of a toothpick
embedded in a martini olive at a party. A Story Teller's Story is
the semi-autobiographical story of a writer's journey through his
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