David Means

author, 'Assorted Fire Events'

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American author

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After four acclaimed short story collections, Means' first novel takes on the Vietnam War.

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David Means, the young winner of the Los Angeles Times Fiction Award discusses his interest in redemption, an impulse that transforms his tightly calibrated realistic fiction into a…

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