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My Mulligan Novels Are Cleverly Disguised Contemporary History, Right? Uh . . . No.

During the forty years I worked as a journalist, I was troubled by brilliant writers such as Truman Capote and Norman Mailer, who delighted in blurring the lines between faction and fiction. How is a reader supposed to know how … Continue reading

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