crimereads.com - Raymond FleishchmannRaymond Fleischmann’s debut novel, How Quickly She Disappears, is available now from Penguin Random House (Berkley Books). Fleischmann has published short fiction in The Iowa Review, Cimarron Review, The Pinch, and Los Angeles Review, among many others, and he’s received fellowships and scholarships from Richard Hugo House and the Sewanee Writers’ Conference. He earned his MFA from Ohio State University and now lives in Bloomington, Ind., with his wife and three daughters.
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