Caitlin Dwyer

Caitlin Dwyer is a freelance writer.  For the last three years, she wrote and taught in southern China, completing her master of journalism degree at the University of Hong Kong.  She currently lives in Oregon.

 


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Mr. Chan and the Machine

IT SOUNDS LIKE A WOMAN GASPING over and over, in constant astonishment. She gasps twice. The first note holds, a drawn ...

Mr. Chan and the Machine
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