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Binary Star by Sarah Gerard (A Review)

By Gabino Iglesias   Two Dollar Radio 182 pages | $12 Sarah Gerard’s Binary Star offers a raw, bleak, and very honest look into both anorexia and the inner workings of profoundly flawed relationships. Delivered with an outstanding economy of … Continue reading

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Today I Am a Book by xTx (A Review)

By Fred Pelzer   Civil Coping Mechanisms 120 pages | $13.95 (PB) | $5.99 (ebook) Who is xTx? Is she some superhero, prowling the shadows of twitter to confront us with our own secret desires? Is she a secret agent, … Continue reading

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Addicts and Basements (A Review)

By Gabino Iglesias Civil Coping Mechanisms 142 pages | $13.95 Robert Vaughan’s Addicts & Basements places the reader on shaky ground from the first page and relentlessly delivers short blasts of weird, dark, surprising, funny, and sad writing in order … Continue reading

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