When young Egolf-s first novel, The Lord of the Barnyard, was published, he was compared to writers he-d never read or heard of. Now, his second novel, a breezier, easier book, is being compared to his first. In this conversation, we talk about the vibrant smells of both his books-a tour through the sewers and gutters of bohemia.
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