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T.C. Boyle

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T.C. Boyle is an American novelist and short story writer.

T.C. Boyle on KCRW

Writer and Montecito resident T.C. Boyle is no stranger to natural disasters, both in his writing and in real life.

Author T.C. Boyle on “I Walk Between the Raindrops”

Writer and Montecito resident T.C. Boyle is no stranger to natural disasters, both in his writing and in real life.

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What if you could go back in time and relive any moment from your past? That's the basis of the title story in a  new collection  by Santa Barbara author T.C. Boyle.

Author T.C. Boyle on 'The Relive Box and Other Stories'

What if you could go back in time and relive any moment from your past? That's the basis of the title story in a new collection by Santa Barbara author T.C. Boyle.

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TC Boyle's The Terranauts centers around eight earth explorers who lock themselves up in E2, a biodome created to mimic earth and test the viability of a self-sustained environment.

TC Boyle: The Terranauts

TC Boyle's The Terranauts centers around eight earth explorers who lock themselves up in E2, a biodome created to mimic earth and test the viability of a self-sustained environment.

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