Monthly Archives: November 2013

Announcing: A Fight Between Friends: Texts Inspired By Michael Seidlinger’s The Laughter of Strangers

Starting November 18th, Sundog Lit will be running a series bloody-knuckled texts inspired by Michael Seidlinger’s The Laughter of Strangers. For two weeks, we will run stories and essays from various authors inspired by the book. From Michael Seidlinger, an introduction:  Advertisements

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Fun Camp by Gabe Durham (A Review)

By Tyler Crumrine Publishing Genius 160 Pages | $15 Gabe Durham is taking adolescence by storm. Founder and editor of the recently kickstarted Boss Fight Books, a press dedicated to publishing 33⅓-eque reflections on video games, Durham’s debut novel, FUN … Continue reading

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Best Worst Year: Episode 44 (Or, The Halloween Parade)

By James Warner Somewhere near the border of Wisconsin and Illinois, there is an earthbound constellation of red lights which, in the rain-washed dirty windshield, I couldn’t make out as a windmill farm. The random flickering became more systematic the … Continue reading

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