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Fiction JJ Amaworo Wilson

“It’s a gift,” said the priest. “It’s an omen,” said the fortune-teller. “It’s big,” said the acrobat.

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No. 29

No. 29


JJ Amaworo Wilson’s novel Damnificados (PM Press) received the 2017 Hurston/Wright Legacy Award for debut fiction. He is a writer-in-residence at Western New Mexico University and the author of over a dozen books about language and language learning.


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