Monthly Archives: September 2013

Best Worst Year: Episode 38 (Or, Car Wheels and a Double)

By James Warner The breath of summer has reduced one last draw of heat into a dying cherried cinder, and you wake up to the sound of September thunder rattle against a loose piece of siding above the bedroom window. … Continue reading

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American Fraternity Man by Nathan Holic (A Review)

By Dianne Turgeon Richardson Beating Windward Press 436 pages | $19.99 It’s no surprise that a novel about Greek life written by a fraternity alum would work to debunk some stereotypes, and readers will find that in Nathan Holic’s American … Continue reading

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Speaking of Risk: Q&A With Michael Farris Smith

By Christopher Lowe When I started writing Speaking of Risk, my intention was to do a piece on the risks inherent in high-concept work. That’s something that I’m currently struggling with myself, and honestly, when I attempted to write down … Continue reading

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