Tao Lin

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Chinese-born American novelist, poet, essayist, short-story writer and artist

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Mira Gonzalez and Tao Lin's Selected Tweets is a compendium of tweets -- often dark and dispairing, but also bitingly funny -- written over the course of ten years, sometimes under…

Mira Gonzalez and Tao Lin: Selected Tweets

Mira Gonzalez and Tao Lin's Selected Tweets is a compendium of tweets -- often dark and dispairing, but also bitingly funny -- written over the course of ten years, sometimes under…

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Tao Lin: Taipei

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