Matthew Klam

fiction writer and journalist

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Matthew Klam is an American fiction writer and journalist.

Matthew Klam on KCRW

Matthew Klam reveals that his novel Who is Rich? ponders the meaning of wealth. Is richness having a big bank account or is it being happy with your lot in life?

Matthew Klam: Who Is Rich?

Matthew Klam reveals that his novel Who is Rich? ponders the meaning of wealth. Is richness having a big bank account or is it being happy with your lot in life?

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Matthew Klam discusses the sexcapades of the stud muffins and alleycats of his post-moral stories, truly the most audacious chronicle of sexual discomfort since the stories of John…

Matthew Klam: Sam the Cat and Other Stories

Matthew Klam discusses the sexcapades of the stud muffins and alleycats of his post-moral stories, truly the most audacious chronicle of sexual discomfort since the stories of John…

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