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Themes for Fiction Welcomed by the New Yorker

Posted October 26, 2005

(This piece was written with Wayne Gladstone)

Published this week on Opium Magazine:

1. Autumn (especially in the Northeast);

2. The seemingly mundane lives of rich people suddenly becoming less mundane when nothing happens;

3. Translated Stories from a troubled region with a large immigrant enclave in Queens;

4. Very, very, small towns in Wyoming and the roads that surround them;

Read more at Opium.

 

 

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