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Best Worst Year: Episode 84 (Or, Lost Horizons)

By Jim Warner He never completed his intake evaluation; instead he went to a pawn shop, bought a .38 and went back to his apartment. Gone before Sunday morning. No romance, no dimming of lights on Mill Avenue, no dramatic … Continue reading

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Best Worst Year: Episode 82 (Or, Vanishing Point)

By Jim Warner You want to the know the story behind the name tattooed on her fingers as she passes your change from her bulletproof barrier. Late night gas stations in the shadow of Indianapolis has a surface tension to … 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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