Andrew Sean Greer

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Andrew Sean Greer is an American novelist and short story writer.

Andrew Sean Greer on KCRW

In his novel Less, Andrew Sean Greer discusses filterless writing and the idea of getting what you want in a world bent on not giving you what you want.

Andrew Sean Greer: Less

In his novel Less, Andrew Sean Greer discusses filterless writing and the idea of getting what you want in a world bent on not giving you what you want.

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Andrew Sean Greer: The Impossible Lives of Greta Wells

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A wonderful young novelist, Andrew Sean Greer, writes about enormous and basic truths that his characters choose to conceal...

Andrew Sean Greer: The Story of a Marriage

A wonderful young novelist, Andrew Sean Greer, writes about enormous and basic truths that his characters choose to conceal...

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