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If the saccharine nature of Father’s Day makes you roll your eyes or get sick to your stomach , please read this. Okay?
My first book, The Circus in Winter, a novel-in-stories, was written over the course of twelve years-one story at a time-and thus provides a wide-ranging experience as the reader observes me trying on different aesthetic approaches. There was one narrative … Continue reading