Sam Savage (born November 9, 1940) is an American novelist and poet, best known for his 2006 novel Firmin: Adventures of a Metropolitan Lowlife.
Other published works are The Cry of the Sloth, The Criminal Life of Effie O, and Glass.
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He is married to Nora Manheim, daughter of the noted literary translator Ralph Manheim. In 2007 the Spanish publishing house Seix Barral purchased the world rights to Firmin, including English-language rights.It’s the oldest inland town in South Carolina and some say the original layout was similar to that of Philadelphia.Today, Camden reflects friendly residents who are dedicated to preserving magnificent old homes and combining green space and a walkable downtown. Antique stores offer treasures, and restaurants showcase the abundance of local food.He returned to South Carolina in 1980, settling in the small coastal village of Mc Clellanville.In 2004 he moved to Madison, Wisconsin, where he now lives. The first was a novel in verse, The Criminal Life of Effie O., published in 2005 and described as a “children’s book for adults.” It is illustrated by Virginia Beverley (Savage).