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"These stories are about men, women, buildings, and words." DeWeese, the author of the novel You Don't Love This Man (Harper Perennial), offers a collection of eight stories in this book, six of which have been published in well-known literary journals and magazines. His characters — fathers and their children, architects and their critics, writers and their fantasies — search for meaning and identity amid the chaos of contemporary life, in which personal and professional failure often seem just one wrong decision away.

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Dan DeWeese teaches writing at Portland State University. His fiction has appeared in Tin House, New England Review, Washington Square, and other publications. In 2009, he created Propeller, an art, film, and literature quarterly magazine, for which he serves as editor in chief.

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Dan DeWeese
Propeller Books
Publication Date:
October 6, 2012
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