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A mid-thirties writer sits amid a quaint bookstore during a jam-packed book signing. He’s there to sign his first and only “novel,” a runaway bestseller entitled Imagine Me. As one woman after another passes through the line—some teary-eyed, others angry, each with a comment—a subdued Clay Peterson reflects on his brief life with beloved, late fiancée Katie Fischer, who fell victim to religious violence seven years earlier. The cognitive replays serve as both endearing and tragic. Winner of the 2010 Hawthorne Citation

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