Willy Vlautin writes with spare precision about characters who have hard lives.
Across highly acclaimed novels which have included Lean on Pete, The Motel Life, The Free and Northline, Vlautin has become known for chronicling a particular type of existence in his fiction: a life characterised by rootlessness and absence of meaning. A life that is often without hope.
It’s dark terrain, in other words, but Vlautin in person is a very different man from...
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