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A Collapse of Horses

By Brian Evenson

Coffee House Press 2016

When I real-time review this collection of stories, my comments will appear in the thought stream below…

Mormon Literature?

Julie Nichols recently posted her thoughts on the writing and reading of Mormon literature here:

http://associationmormonletters.org/blog/2016/07/mormon-fiction-weird-joke-serious-paradox/#comment-32246

I responded with these thoughts:

Julie, I love the questions you raise here, questions I’ve been thinking about myself as I read and reviewed your book and Mette Harrison’s books and Brian Evenson’s books and Alex Caldiero’s books and just these past couple of weeks as I read Judith Freeman’s books and Phylis Barber’s books. 1,116 more words

STACKING THE SHELVES, VOL. 28

Stacking the Shelves over at Tynga’s Reviews is all about sharing the books you are adding to your shelves, whether it be physically or virtually. This means you can include books you buy in physical store or online, books you borrow from friends or the library, review books, gifts and of course ebooks! 200 more words

Stacking The Shelves

Review: A Collapse of Horses by Brian Evenson (reviewed by Michael Shattuck)

A Collapse of Horses

by Brian Evenson

240 pages

Coffee House Press 2016

$16.95

ISBN: 1566894131

While reading Brian Evenson’s new collection of short stories, … 689 more words

Reviews

A Collapse of Horses by Brian Evenson

review by G. Arthur Brown

I’ve been a Brian Evenson fan for almost eight years now and I’m happy to say this fact has improved my life. 1,051 more words

Book Reviews

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Richard Thomas

Brian Evenson's Dark Visions Return in A Collapse of Horses

Imagine you’ve suffered a traumatic head injury. After surgery, you return home to find a house that keeps changing when you aren’t looking. A window moves a few inches overnight, a hallway seems narrower than it was yesterday. 823 more words

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