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harlanD. HARLAN WILSON is an American novelist, short-story writer, critic, screenwriter, playwright, and editor whose body of work bridges the aesthetics of literary theory with various genres of speculative fiction. He is the author of over twenty book-length works of fiction and nonfiction, critically described as “a genre unto himself” with a “fictional style that is completely without peer.” dharlanwilson.com

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