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Zero D

I read a review of Don DeLillo’s novel Zero K that suggested we can overlook any novelistic values, such as character or plot development, and just revel in the exquisite sentences the author has so masterfully constructed for us.  311 more words


Reader, Writer, Reader-Writer

by Ashley Bach

Reading and writing or considered to be mutually inclusive. You cannot be a writer without being a reader, and many bookworms dream of putting their own words into print. 1,034 more words

Books And Reading

Last Batch of Books I Read

  • Willnot : James Sallis
  • Point Omega : Don DeLillo
  • The Red Parts: Autobiography of a Trial : Maggie Nelson
  • The Waves : Virginia Woolf…
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Writers & Writing

Don DeLillo

It was the time of year, the time of day, for a small insistent sadness to pass into the texture of things. Dusk, silence, iron chill. 14 more words


“Ratner’s Star” by Don DeLillo

This is a load of bat guano.

There’s a whole class of writers who don’t want their books to be read. To express what is expressible isn’t why you write if you’re in this class of writers. 517 more words

2 Star Review

Hybrid: How to Read DeLillo | The Collapsar

Originally published on 15 August 2016 at The Collapsar, with thanks to editor Nathan Knapp!  To jump to the story, click here.

I don’t know what genre this piece is.   364 more words

Flash Fiction

Quote of the Day

Another Double Dose of Daily Quotes!

“Impotent atom with desolate gaze
Threading the tumult of hazardous ways—
Oh, for the veils, for the veils of my youth… 72 more words