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Unmistakable Bulge

When it’s right, it’s right and you can feel it in the air, when your bodies brush together the sparks fly and the ozone cooks; she cannot take her eyes off you, you cannot take your eyes off her, and nobody has to say a thing. 812 more words

Hooray Fiction!

RAYMOND


Looking at the preview from Warp magazine (shouts to Highsnobiety where I borrowed that image from), there’s a cop-related Supreme collaboration with Raymond Pettibon on the horizon. 308 more words

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Rabbit Holes: On the Pleasures of Reading Thomas Pynchon

As I was about halfway through Thomas Pynchon’s most recent novel Bleeding Edge, I hit that state of bliss his books can bring me to. 869 more words

Books

Jonathan Lethem, "Pending Vegan" (Short Story)

It had gone on too long, my not reading Jonathan Lethem. The omission was not deliberate; I just hadn’t gotten around to it. The New Yorker… 549 more words

Short Stories

The Man Who Loved Children by Christina Stead

At the start, those unfamiliar with The Man Who Loved Children by Christina Stead should get any “To Catch a Predator” type associations with the title out of their head. 1,080 more words

Eleven And A Half Years Of Books

Men and Cartoons

Author: Jonathan Lethem

Type: Fiction, short stories

Published: 2002

I read it: June 2011

This is my first taste of Lethem’s fiction, and I picked a great book. 172 more words

Short Stories

Best Weird Summer Read

If the lazies have gotten hold of you, and you just want to crash about the house in stay-cation mode (because let’s be honest: who has the money to travel?) then you might be looking for something kinda-trashy-but-good to read. 340 more words

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