Michelle Latiolais

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Novelist and Professor of English at the University of California-Irvine

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Neither a novel nor a collection of stories, the "fictions" in She  weave together a composite view of Los Angeles.

Michelle Latiolais: She

Neither a novel nor a collection of stories, the "fictions" in She  weave together a composite view of Los Angeles.

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