Tom Whalen [website]
Tom Whalen’s poetry and prose have appeared in AGNI, Caketrain, Fiction International, Gargoyle, The Georgia Review, Hayden’s Ferry Review, The Idaho Review, The Iowa Review, Marginalia, Mississippi Review, The Missouri Review, Northwest Review, Ploughshares, The Quarterly, Sentence, Seattle Review, Sonora Review, The Southern Review, and elsewhere, as well as in several anthologies. His books include An Exchange of Letters, Roithamer’s Universe, Elongated Figures, and Winter Coat. He lives in Stuttgart, Germany.
Tom Whalen’s “Language Difficulties” appears in Caketrain Issue 02. He is the author of Dolls.
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