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Anne Marie Wirth Cauchon


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ABOUT the author

Anne Marie Wirth Cauchon received her MFA from the University of Montana. She studies English, Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. In 2010 she received a MacDowell fellowship for the manuscript of Nothing. It is her first novel.
Find out more here: annemariespidahl.wordpress.com
Twitter: @annemariespeeds


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"Apocalyptic and psychologically attentive. I began to read Nothing as a metaphor for the relationship between people and the unknown. I was moved."
Tao Lin, New York Times Book Review


Interviews
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Q&A with Anne Marie Wirth Cauchon | 9/13/2012
We quiz Anne Marie about the meaning of fires in Montana, hobos jumping trains, having a baby, and more. Read on.

Fire On the Mountain: An Interview with Anne Marie Wirth Cauchon | 1/15/2014
Anne Marie talks Montana, masculine, Cormac McCarthy, and more.
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Otherppl Podcast interview with Anne Marie Wirth Cauchon | 11/11/2013
Brad Listi and Anne Marie talk celebrity sightings, Book Soup, voicemail, Elliott Holt, navelgazing.
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