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    On his book tour, the tables have been turning on John Freeman: A parade of luminous authors are interviewing him. He's already sat down for public conversations with Teju Cole, Geoff Dyer, Aleksandar Hemon, and Marilynne Robinson, and on Tuesday night, it'll be Mark Z. Danielewski. That's at Skylig...
    October 22, 2013
    Carolyn Kellogg

    John Freeman, at Skylight Tuesday, on 'How to Read a Novelist'

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