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Kian Kaul has spent the last decade working in Los Angeles as a creative. An adopter of the philosophy of “the style of no style”, he has found himself involved in music, new media, television, film and now literature. An expert in nothing, he aspires to know all.

His first foray into long-form fiction produced “Stockholm”, originally planned as a sitcom, it inexplicably became his debut novel.

"It was a little dumbfounding that writing it up as a novel was the last thing that occurred to me."

Wondering what that statement could possibly be in reference to? It's fairly obvious, but find out for yourself,when The Indie Spotlight Interviews Kian Kaul.

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Published on January 16, 2012 11:41 • 81 views
Average rating: 3.84 · 31 ratings · 13 reviews · 1 distinct work · Similar authors
Stockholm: A Novel
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"I have pretty much no idea what happened in this novel or what it was supposed to be about. I guess it's supposed to be a very near-future dystopia, but there's basically no world-building and the whole thing just seems undeveloped. The plot is ei..." Read more of this review »
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Stockholm by Kian Kaul
"Liked this much more than I thought I would, and enjoyed that it was easy to let the action play out in my mind in a drab, nearly black and white reel. The real draw for me was that the story is set in a society where social media participation is..." Read more of this review »
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Writing Movies for Fun and Profit by Robert Ben Garant
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