This Week in Fiction: Cynan Jones on His Story “The Edge of the Shoal”

The New Yorker

Your story in this week’s issue, “The Edge of the Shoal,” is about a man who goes out on a fishing trip and gets caught in a storm. When did you first start thinking about writing about someone stranded at sea in a kayak?

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