Steve Erickson

novelist

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Steve Erickson is an American novelist, film critic and literary editor. 

Steve Erickson on KCRW

In Erickson's intense, absorbing novel, the Twin Towers suddenly re-appear in the Dakota Badlands.

Steve Erickson: Shadowbahn

In Erickson's intense, absorbing novel, the Twin Towers suddenly re-appear in the Dakota Badlands.

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