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D&QM

klipschutz: This Drawn & Quartered Moon – Review and Interview

Books, Reviews
andrez

Review of Andrez Bergen’s “Who Is Killing The Great Capes of Heropa?” and “Tobacco Stained Mountain Goat”

Books, Comics, Reviews
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Mark Halliday “Thresherphobe”

A review of Halliday's sixth poetry collection.

Books, Essays, Poetry, Reviews
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Book Review: Notes from the Guts of a Hippo

A review of Grant Wamack's bizarro novella, Notes from the Guts of a Hippo.

Books, Reviews
Sex, Guns and Semiotics

Sex, Guns and Semiotics

All biographies, all memoirs, all these kinds of books we slap with the label non-fiction and parade around as truth are mostly lies and more lies and all sorts of lies. They're built mostly on recollections and memories and things spun out from friends and relatives, with a few hard facts like pictures and court documents to back things up and make them spine straight and truthful.

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Growing Up Dead In Texas

Review of ‘Growing Up Dead in Texas’

Without memory, we are nothing. In fact, you're only reading this review because your memory did its job as an intrinsic element of your cognitive processes as a child and you learned how to read.

Books, Reviews
Rock N' Roll Women

“Rock ‘N’ Roll Women – Portraits of a Generation” (New poems by Jonah Raskin)

It’s as if you can almost hear Jonah Raskin performing these poems, whipping up the audience into a frenzy; didn’t Walt Whitman say that “to have great poets, there must be great audiences”?

Books, Interviews, Reviews, Writers
Zombie by J.R. Angelella

{Review} ‘Zombie’ by J.R. Angelella

Since George A. Romero's classic zombie trilogy, almost every book dealing with the undead has been a regurgitation of the same elements:

Books, Reviews
A Tweetworthy Book Review: The Restricted Airspace of “Dreamland”

A Tweetworthy Book Review: The Restricted Airspace of “Dreamland”

“Dreamland” by Phil Patton is a literary M.R.I. of a place, only 83 miles from Las Vegas that didn’t officially exist for a long time. The book explores the mystery surrounding an area in the desert reaches of southern Nevada that’s been the subject of endless speculation.

Books, Reviews
God's Autobio

Review of God’s Autobio

I know Rolli has achieved greatness in “God’s Autobio” because from time to time he conjures up the spirit of La Fontaine’s Fables, and these are classics of French literature. However it probably says something altogether different about the reviewer that one of the stories, “Von Claire and the Tiger”, makes him think of another book – children’s classic “The Tiger Who Came To Tea”, because Rolli’s tiger story seems something like an equivalent tale for adults.

Books, Interviews, Reviews, Writers

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