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Frankie Would Be Almost Nine

Frankie Would Be Almost Nine

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“I could hear the echoes of boys’ voices coming from the graveyard over fifteen years before. What I’d lost, I realized, was a chancemore

I Was a Stranger

I Was a Stranger

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“I am almost twenty years out from that night when someone told me, in progressively hushed whispers, that he was watching me, and I wonder if I should have given myself so much distance before trying to chronicle those eventsmore

Rejection Notes #8: Franz Kafka

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The German-language existentialist finds that his work is deeply misunderstood…more

BULLshot: Darrin Doyle

BULLshot: Darrin Doyle

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The author of “Head” on what inspired his storymore

BULLshot: Austin Hayden

BULLshot: Austin Hayden

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The author of “Hunting” on the story’s first linemore

BULLshot: Matthew Baker

BULLshot: Matthew Baker

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The author of “King’s Man” on how he thinks about writing detailsmore

BULLshot: Alex McElroy

BULLshot: Alex McElroy

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The author of “The Collected Letters of Gerald Kingsley” talks about the story’s developmentmore

BULLshot: Forrest Anderson

BULLshot: Forrest Anderson

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The author of “American Vitality” on how he chose the epistolary form to tell this storymore

BULLshot: Josh DuBose

BULLshot: Josh DuBose

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The author of “Turf” talks about the origins and evolution of the storymore

BULLshot: Brian Oliu

BULLshot: Brian Oliu

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The author of “Kid Icarus” on his revision processmore