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A Familiar Face is a new collection of shorts: weird ones, funny ones, sweet ones, sad ones.
Scotty Weeks has been compared to Neil Gaiman, Paul Auster, and Michael Chabon. He writes tightly plotted stories with a strong sense of place, whether they have elements of the fantastical like "Norman" where a man discovers that he has an alcoholic gnome for a roommate, or the dramatic like "Hinchinbrook" about a fishing death in small town Alaska.
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Scotty Weeks is originally from Cordova, Alaska. He’s lived in Seattle and Sydney, and now resides in New York. Sporadically, he publishes content on his blog at scottyweeks.com. Go there and sign up for his mailing list. You’ll get free stuff. You should also follow him @scottyweeks on Twitter.
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