WILLIAM GILLESPIE is the creator of a number of favorably reviewed small-press books, an award-winning hypertext novel, and the world’s longest literary palindrome (so declared by Paul Braffort of the Oulipo). With an MFA from Brown, he studied with and caught the attention of Robert Coover, Robert Creeley, Brian Evenson, and Carole Maso. His writings have appeared in American Book Review, Context, The Review of Contemporary Fiction, and the &Now Award Anthology. He lives in Urbana, IL.
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