Peter Orner

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

Peter Orner on KCRW

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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