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Robin McLean

Robin McLean worked as a lawyer and then a potter in the woods of Alaska before turning to writing. Her debut novel, Pity the Beast, was chosen in multiple Best Books of 2021 lists in outlets such as The Guardian, Wall Street Journal, and White Review, while the American Booksellers Association chose it as an Indie Next pick. She teaches writing across the US and internationally, and currently lives in the high desert West.
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