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Daniel Wallace

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Daniel Wallace is a British fiction writer living in America. He’s currently in the midst of a PhD in English and Creative Writing at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Since July 2012 he’s been represented by Inkwell Management. He’s in the midst of completing his first novel, set in Taiwan, where he used to live and teach. For more, visit Wallace’s blog: The Incompetent Writer.


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Shields and Cooperman’s Very Brief Apocalypse

Daniel Wallace is a British fiction writer living in America. He’s currently in the midst of a PhD in English and Creative Writing at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Since July 2012 he’s been represented by Inkwell Management. He’s in the midst of completing his first novel, set in Taiwan, where he used to live and teach. For more, visit Wallace’s blog: The Incompetent Writer.


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Stories We Love: “The Silver Sky”

Daniel Wallace is a British fiction writer living in America. He’s currently in the midst of a PhD in English and Creative Writing at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Since July 2012 he’s been represented by Inkwell Management. He’s in the midst of completing his first novel, set in Taiwan, where he used to live and teach. For more, visit Wallace’s blog: The Incompetent Writer.


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Amsterdam Stories, by Nescio

The Dutch author Nescio wrote little, quite rarely, and under a pseudonym that means “I don’t know” – yet he’s quite famous in Holland. In the first English translation of his major stories, a group of poor artists struggle to make sense of Amsterdam between the wars. The world is changing out from under them – sound familiar?


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The Eras of Teaching Creative Writing

Daniel Wallace is a British fiction writer living in America. He’s currently in the midst of a PhD in English and Creative Writing at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Since July 2012 he’s been represented by Inkwell Management. He’s in the midst of completing his first novel, set in Taiwan, where he used to live and teach. For more, visit Wallace’s blog: The Incompetent Writer.


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The Confusing Pleasures of Reading Saul Bellow, Pt. 1

In this two-part essay, Daniel Wallace devotes himself to the work of Saul Bellow for a season. Total immersion in Bellow’s progress as a writer reveals the perplexing philosophical problems at the heart of many of the novels, the difference between early and later books, and the unadulterated beauty of Bellow’s paragraphs.


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Stories We Love: “Some Other, Better Otto”

Daniel Wallace is a British fiction writer living in America. He’s currently in the midst of a PhD in English and Creative Writing at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Since July 2012 he’s been represented by Inkwell Management. He’s in the midst of completing his first novel, set in Taiwan, where he used to live and teach. For more, visit Wallace’s blog: The Incompetent Writer.



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