Peter Orner

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Novelist Peter Orner is Professor of Creative Writing at San Francisco State University.

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When novelist Peter Orner's father died, he found himself unable to write. At the same time, his marriage fell apart.

Peter Orner: Am I Alone Here?

When novelist Peter Orner's father died, he found himself unable to write. At the same time, his marriage fell apart.

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Peter Orner: Last Car over the Sagamore Bridge

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