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  1. MC

    The Great Mordechai Richler in his introduction of The Street:

    “As a discipline, obviously the short story is more precise than the novel, not nearly so tolerant of literary truancies: digressions, self-indulgences. It strikes me as an unforgiving test, second only to poetry, of the ability to distill experience, and I am charged with admiration for writers who can do it well.”

    I love your short stories, Will, and Struck by the Light of the Son certainly deserves the admiration Richler goes on to speak of.

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