Lydia Millet

novelist

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American novelist

Lydia Millet on KCRW

Lydia Millet's new novel is fast-moving and funny -- except when it isn't.

Lydia Millet: Mermaids in Paradise

Lydia Millet's new novel is fast-moving and funny -- except when it isn't.

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Lydia Millet: Magnificence

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