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Three generations of cars and men.

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Bill Amatneek

Bill Amatneek guest-edited “The Men’s Issue” of Storytelling Magazine in March 2001, the magazine’s best-selling issue to date. His book,Heart of a Man: Men’s Stories for Women, an anthology of works by Michael Chabon, Phillp Roth, John Updike, Andre DuBus III, Tim O’Brien, John Crawford, Julius Lester, and 30 others culled from 500 worldwide submissions, will be published this summer by Vineyards Press. Bill has appeared in Rolling Stone, Down Beat, and Yoga Journal, and was anthologized in Encounters with Bob Dylan. His Acoustic Stories: Pickin’ for the Prez, won a Foreword Reviews “Book of the Year” award in Performing Arts & Music.

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