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In the years since he graduated from the Fletcher School, David Grann has become one of the world’s most revered writers. His magazine articles are lauded for their technique and depth of reporting, while his books set off frantic bidding wars for their movie rights. Meanwhile, his latest work, Killers of the Flower Moon, was named a finalist this year for the prestigious National Book Award. Amid all the frenzy, we managed to grab a few minutes of Grann’s time to discuss writing, life, and the elusiveness of history.