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A Concordance of One’s Life is Jim Nelson’s first collection of short fiction. Featuring ten stories (some published in magazines such as North American Review, Watchword, Confrontation, and more), Jim Nelson introduces a unique and unforgettable menager
ebook, 88 pages
Published June 2nd 2014 by Smashwords Edition
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Jim Nelson’s latest novel is Hagar's Mother, the sequel to Bridge Daughter (Kindle Press, 2016).

Previously his work has appeared in North American Review, Confrontation, Watchword, Instant City, Switchback, and other fine venues. His books include A Concordance of One's Life (stories), Everywhere Man, and Edward Teller Dreams of Barbecuing People.

He lives in San Francisco.
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