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THE SMALL PRESS BOOK REVIEW Review's D. Harlan Wilson's PRIMORDIAL: AN ABSTRACTION

Here’s an excerpt from Tom Taff’s review:

Academia’s reputation has suffered in the twenty-first century: more competitive, yet less rigorous; fewer faculty positions, yet a more bloated and overpaid administrative class; prestige replaced with politics. 21 more words

VOL. 1 BROOKLYN Reviews D. Harlan Wilson's PRIMORDIAL: AN ABSTRACTION

Here’s an excerpt from Gabino Iglesias’s review:

Primordial is fast, sharp, and weird, and that combination is what Wilson consistently delivers like no other author out there. 162 more words

Hitting the E-Stands in Nov: Issue 0

Submissions have just closed here at The Strange Edge Magazine so that means the debut issue, Issue 0, is starting to come together. We’ve already accepted quite a few high quality works, and the last few stragglers are sitting in my inbox waiting to be evaluated. 275 more words

SHOCK TOTEM Reviews D. Harlan Wilson's PRIMORDIAL: AN ABSTRACTION

An excerpt from John Boden’s review:

I dug this book. Did I get it? I’d say, maybe a little. But I am a lover of words. 65 more words

Book Review: Primordial: An Abstraction—D. Harlan Wilson

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Daulton Dickey.

Primordial: An Abstraction
by D. Harlan Wilson
Anti-Oedipus Press • September 3, 2014
Paperback: 167 pages • 5×8 • $13.95 • ISBN 978-0-9892391-5-8… 1,513 more words

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Yellow Springs Book Fair

Atlatl Press authors D. Harlan Wilson, C.V. Hunt, and Andersen Prunty will be at the Yellow Springs Book Fair on August 16. Copies of Atlatl Press titles will be on hand. 32 more words

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