Q&A: Author Jonathan Evison on his new novel, feelings of isolation, and reincarnation

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Author Jonathan Evison explores reincarnation and unreliable narrators in his new book, Again and Again.

Is Eugene Miles a thousand-year-old petty thief from Spain? Oscar Wilde’s cat? Or just a crazy old man? Washington state author Jonathan Evison’s newest novel Again and Again introduces us to Desert Green retirement home’s most cantankerous resident. Though “Geno” wants to spend his last days alone, he’s won over by his charming cleaning man, Angel, and starts to tell him the story of his life, or lives. Evison takes the reader across centuries, chasing

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