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Published April 25th 2000 by Random House Audio
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An artist must never deny his heart's desire.

Ernie is an illustrator who draws puppies, toys and smiling children for a magazine frequently seen in doctors' and dentists' offices. He's hoping for a gig as a New Yorker "doodler" when an ex-coworker tells him about a job designing postage stamps.

The universality of postage stamps. The timelessness. The millions upon millions of tongues, licking.

He is disappointed to learn that the stamps are meant for other countries, many of which he has never h
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Myla Goldberg is the bestselling author of Bee Season and Wickett's Remedy, as well as a children's book, Catching the Moon. The paperback edition of her newest novel, The False Friend, will be coming out this fall. She also plays accordion and banjo and sings as part of the Brooklyn art-punk band, The Walking Hellos.
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