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Kenneth Calhoun
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Kenneth Calhoun

Kenneth Calhoun Biography

Kenneth Calhoun has had stories published in The Paris Review, Tin House, and the 2011 Pen/O. Henry Prize Collection, among others. He lives in Boston, where he is a graphic design professor at Lasell College.



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