Thanks in advance!

**P.S.** Jaime Ashander sent in a photo. Thanks, Jaime!

Posted by Andrew on 10 March 2018, 9:53 pm

Thanks in advance!

**P.S.** Jaime Ashander sent in a photo. Thanks, Jaime!

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Would you settle for John Cheever?

For this particular post, Carver’s what I need. Or, failing that, Gordon Lish.

Wouldn’t that be the same photo?