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Saturday, May 31, 2003

Fiction writer Timothy Westmoreland has type 1 diabetes, a chronic illness that need not be, for most people today, catastrophic. But for Westmoreland the illness has been about as bad as can be — and has led him to specialize in fiction about characters who deal (and don’t deal) with their chronic ailments. Jerome Weeks talked with the writer.

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