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R. J. Olkin

R. J. Olkin’s stories have appeared in William and Mary Review, Calliope, and Fiction Network. She has a day job as an associate professor of psychology and lives near San Francisco, California, with her husband and two children.

— From April 1995
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Joshua used humor to keep people at arm’s length — which was funny in itself, because his arms were stunted from polio at an early age and now lay close to his body, twisted and next to useless.

April 1995
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