Monthly Archives: September 2014

Best Worst Year: Episode 71 (Or, I Hope This Whole Thing Didn’t Frighten You)

By Jim Warner You are leaning on a guardrail, a handful of exits from the I-476/276 split–where the Northeast Extension feeds into a major artery of Philadelphia. You were looking at apartments and second interviews at two professional writing jobs–one … Continue reading

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Tollbooth by Bud Smith (A Review)

By Brian Alan Ellis Piscataway House 310 pages | $ Bud Smith is an indie-lit power animal. When not working construction in New Jersey, he writes brilliant books of short stories and poems, edits a literary journal, and even hosts … Continue reading

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Every Song is a Victory Song: An Interview with Ryan Werner

By T.C. Porter             If getting on a train can turn your life around. If you have a twin brother and his train goes the other direction. Always the other direction. If your mom told both brothers, You’re the oldest.             If … Continue reading

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