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Articles by Edward J. Delaney

Edward J. Delaney is a former writer for the Nieman Journalism Lab. He is a professor of journalism and creative writing at Roger Williams University who has written for The Atlantic, The Denver Post, and other publications. He is also the author of two books of fiction, has been a recipient of an O. Henry Prize and a PEN/Winship Award, and is a 2008 NEA Literary Fellow. His documentary film on the writer Andre Dubus premiered in 2007.
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