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David Eric Tomlinson is a professional copywriter and author who has an unhealthy relationship with caffeine. David has a degree in creative writing from the University of California, San Diego, and can usually be found in the coffee shops of north Dallas, USA, furiously finishing his first novel.

Book Review: “Our Story Begins” by Tobias Wolff

Book Review: “Our Story Begins” by Tobias Wolff

Wolff's 'Our Story Begins' is honest, empathetic, heartfelt storytelling.

Books, Reviews
Book Review: “Geronimo Rex” by Barry Hannah

Book Review: “Geronimo Rex” by Barry Hannah

Barry Hannah sings a drunken ode to youth, beauty and the power of language.

Books, Reviews
Book Review: “Escapes” by Joy Williams

Book Review: ‘Escapes’ by Joy Williams

Pity the character who inhabits a Joy Williams short story, for there is little happiness in store for them there.

Books, Reviews
No Country For Old Men: J.M. Coetzee's 'Disgrace'

No Country For Old Men: J.M. Coetzee’s ‘Disgrace’

South Africa after apartheid is no country for old men in J.M. Coetzee’s “Disgrace”

Books, Reviews
“The Collected Stories” by Amy Hempel

‘The Collected Stories’ by Amy Hempel

Amy Hempel is a master of the short story: praised by critics, adored by novelists, and imitated by creative writing students around the globe.

Books, Reviews
Interview With Jim Breslin

Jim Breslin on Building Up Characters Who Are Falling Apart

You'll recognize the characters in Jim Breslin's debut short story collection, "Elephant," twenty-one stories about suburban life and its discontents.

Interviews, Writers
Book Review: “Gilead” by Marilynne Robinson

Book Review: “Gilead” by Marilynne Robinson

Marilynne Robinson’s “Gilead” is part fiction, part philosophical treatise. And like the best meditations, Robinson’s story gives the reader a new perspective on the world.

Books, Reviews
Picture of retro college drinking

{FICTION} The Going-Away Party

The teenage boy and girl sat wide-eyed and silent beside their father in the crowded bar. The cocktail waitress appeared, a tray brimming with drinks and pub

Fiction, Literature
Gravity's Rainbow Review

“Gravity’s Rainbow” by Thomas Pynchon

Pynchon puts most other writers to shame with “Gravity’s Rainbow,” his surreal, mind-melting, madcap romp through post-war Europe.

Books, Reviews
‘The Things They Carried’ by Tim Obrien

‘The Things They Carried’ by Tim Obrien

Truth is Stranger than Fiction in O’Brien’s Brilliant Collection About Vietnam

Books, Reviews

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