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A Reading Life

A transgressive tale of identity and angst

By James Sallis
February 5, 2006

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In a recent interview, asked my major influences as a writer, right alongside pedigree writers like James Joyce and newly gentrified ones like Raymond Chandler I cited science fiction films of the 1950s. I was joking, but only partly. Because an important part of the way I see the world, and the way I reconstruct that world in my stories, ... (Full article: 863 words)

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