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Andrew Hayes Williams is the author of the young adult historical fiction novel In Light of December. His short story, “And All of Us Go Drowning in the Loam,” is forthcoming in the fifteenth issue of the acclaimed literary journal F®iction, and his essay on Nathaniel Hawthorne’s “Young Goodman Brown” was published by the psychology journal PsyArt. For contact information and links to his work, please visit andrewhayeswilliams.net.
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