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William Shunn

Smoke

Smoke

I make it my general practice not to drink and write. At least, I try not to drink when writing fiction.
Walk a Mile

Walk a Mile

By law, all men should spend time as women. But only a few at a time.
Like Writing a Bicycle

Like Writing a Bicycle

Writing is a lot like riding a bicycle. Not because it’s so easy to get back up on.
From Our Point of View We Had Moved to the Left

From Our Point of View We Had Moved to the Left

From 1993 comes this prescient political fable of an alternate American future eerily like our own.

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