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The Big Idea: Daniel Polansky

In the writing of A City Dreaming, author Daniel Polansky learned that staying in one place doesn’t necessarily mean settling into a rut. What did this mean for his novel of New York? Read on. DANIEL POLANSKY:  I moved to New York in 2013, after years of aimless wandering. Melancholic by nature, I feared waking […]
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