Tony Earley is the author of the novels Jim the Boy and The Blue Star. His fiction has earned a National Magazine Award and appeared in The New Yorker, Harper’s, and Best American Short Stories. Earley was chosen for both The New Yorker‘s inaugural best “20 Under 40” list of fiction writers and Granta’s “20 Best Young American Novelists.” He lives with his family in Nashville, Tennessee, where he is the Samuel Milton Fleming Chair in English at Vanderbilt University.
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