“In the Absence of Predators

by Vinnie Wilhelm. Published last spring in the Harvard Review (Issue 34).



The Philadelphia-based fiction writer and screenplayist Vinnie
Wilhelm’s take on identity and context in writing:

Vinnie and David Wilhelm at Bowling Alley in Ballard, WA

Vinnie Wilhelm (front), David Wilhelm (left) at a bowling alley in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle, WA.


“But questions of identity are ultimately ancillary to the work: they go away in the end and the work has to succeed or fail on its own terms.”


– V. Wilhelm 






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