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In his first novel in over twenty years, Stephen Goodwin tells the story of a father-daughter relationship in crisis. He describes how writing this tale of familial love helped break his writer’s block.
- Steven Goodwin Professor of creative writing at George Mason University and the author of two previous novels: "Kin" and "The Blood of Paradise."
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