Dylan Landis

author, 'Rainey Royal'

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Dylan Landis on KCRW

Landis’ novel, a series of chronological short-stories, follows the lives of three vulnerable, precocious girls as they pass through adolescence in 1970s New York.

Dylan Landis: Rainey Royal

Landis’ novel, a series of chronological short-stories, follows the lives of three vulnerable, precocious girls as they pass through adolescence in 1970s New York.

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