Bruce Bauman

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Author; adjunct professor at California Institute of the Arts and senior editor of the literary journal Black Clock

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Bruce Bauman's new novel is like a family with everyone, including the reader, struggling to find a place, a home, a sense of community.

Bruce Bauman: Broken Sleep

Bruce Bauman's new novel is like a family with everyone, including the reader, struggling to find a place, a home, a sense of community.

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