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Tony Van Witsen

Tony Van Witsen is a four-year resident of Wisconsin, and has been writing fiction for approximately ten years, specializing in short stories. In the summer of 2001 he enrolled the MFA program in fiction at Vermont College and received his degree in January 2004. His short story “Everybody Sang But Hattie” was recently published in Crack The Spine. Other published stories have appeared in Square One, Serving House Journal, Ray’s Road Review, Crosstimbers, and Valparaiso Fiction Review.

Ira Levin’s Creepy Valentine: Rosemary’s Baby and the Power of Place

Rosemary's Baby book cover

Rosemary’s Baby entered my life at the same time as my growing awareness of the power and mystery of place.

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