He goes by the name Elvis Engdahl, writes Dufresne. He’s lost his wife, family, job, and future. He’s wanted by the police. So what’s a desperate man to do? What Elvis realizes is that when a man loses everything, he’s free to do anything.
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John Dufresne has won the Yankee Magazine award for fiction, the Transatlantic Review/Henfield Foundation Award, and a PEN Syndicated Fiction award. His novel Louisiana Power & Light was a Barnes & Noble Discover Great New Writers selection and a New York Times Notable Book of the Year, 1994. He is also the author of two short story collections, The Way That Water Enters Stone and Johnny Too Bad and the novels, Love Warps the Mind a Little, also a New York Times Notable Book of the Year, Deep in the Shade of Paradise, and most recently, Requiem, Mass. His books on writing, The Lie That Tells a Truth and Is Life Like This? are used in many university writing programs.
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