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From Shelf Awareness

One of the perks of being citizens in the book world is that whatever direction our lives might take, some paths still intersect occasionally. Which reminds me of a short story that begins: “John the Baptist’s head must be the best-traveled skull in Christendom.” It’s from Melnyczuk’s excellent new collection, The Man Who Would Not Bow & Other Stories (Grand Iota).

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Robert Gray