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Indiana Novelist Ian Woollen

Yaël Ksander interviews Bloomington author and psychotherapist Ian Woollen.

Ian Woollen sitting at a desk, in wireframe glasses and black turtleneck sweater, right hand on chin, smiling.

Photo: Coffee Town Press

Ian Woollen

Both callings [novelist and psychotherapist] feed each other, and I don’t see them as totally distinct.

Ian Woollen is the author of the novels Hoosier Life & Casualty, Uncle Anton’s Atomic Bomb, and Stakeout on Millennium Drive, which won the 2006 Best Book of Indiana Fiction Award.

His short fiction has been published in a variety of journals including The Massachusetts Review, Juked, decomP, The Smokelong Quarterly, and The Mid-American Review, from which he received a Sherwood Anderson Prize.

Note: This half-hour interview aired in the same hour as the Amitav Ghosh interview on August 2nd.

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