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Mark Brazaitis: "The Incurables"

Award-winning writer Mark Brazaitis talks with Diane about his latest collection of short stories.

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Excerpt from "The Incurables" by Mark Brazaitis. Copyright 2012 by Mark Brazaitis. Reprinted here by permission of University of Notre Dame Press. All rights reserved.

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