Monthly Archives: April 2013

Crapalachia by Scott McClanahan (A Review)

By Laura Straub Two Dollar Radio 192pp. | $16 Scott McClanahan is not fearful. He does not live in the shadow of death or shy away from the hazards of poverty. Sickness, mistakes, his origins, his past, his flawed memory … Continue reading

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Speaking of Risk: Repetition

By Christopher Lowe I’ve been thinking a lot about repetition lately. To be honest, it’s one of the techniques in fiction that I respond to the most readily. When I first read Tim O’Brien’s wonderful novel-in-stories The Things They Carried, … Continue reading

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Spin Spun Span: ROLL UP! The Beatles’ Magical Mystery Tour

By Jack Caseros I think it’s appropriate to start things off with the first record I fell in love with. If you own vinyl (like with any medium) you probably remember that first album you absorbed in full—not likely the … Continue reading

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