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Susan O’Neill spent a year as an Army nurse in Viet Nam during the war. This is her first book. She has published short fiction and non-fiction in an eclectic variety of magazines, newspapers, anthologies, internet and audio media, and co-edits Vestal Review, a literary magazine for “Flash” fiction. She lives in Brooklyn.
Susan O’Neill: Don’t Mean Nothing
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