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The Night Train by ZP Heller

Tuesday, November 21st, 2006

When I try to explain the kinds of storytelling I’m looking for, I tend to use the words “personal” and “individual” interchangeably. Then a piece like this one comes along and reminds me that isn’t quite right. In The Night Train, ZP Heller reaches outside his individual thoughts and tells an intensely personal story of [...]

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