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Paolo Bacigalupi

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Author of The Water Knife

Paolo Bacigalupi on KCRW

In Paolo Bacigalupi’s new novel, water is as good as money. Those with it are rich, and those who live in lands that have dried up are destitute. Or dead.

'The Water Knife'

In Paolo Bacigalupi’s new novel, water is as good as money. Those with it are rich, and those who live in lands that have dried up are destitute. Or dead.

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