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'I’m worried I’m an over-writer. Look, I just really like adjectives, okay? My worst stylistic habit is stringing them onto my sentences two at a time, like perfect glossy beads. I can see myself doing it, but can’t stop. Adverbs, too. And when I write descriptively, allusively, using grammar rhythmically, I sense my meaning sharpening a little more with each detail.' (Author's introduction 34)

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    y separately published work icon Overland Slow Down World no. 220 Spring 2015 8927695 2015 periodical issue 2015 pg. 34-35
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