Gint Aras of The Fugue: “I didn’t know writing a 500-page book was a bad thing”

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Author Gint Aras describes what he saw through a window made of garbage in his mind’s eye, when he came to create one of his first characters. The Fugue author tells us about the process of writing, and how this novel went from being a failure in his head, to publishable.

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