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Knockemstiff, by Donald Ray Pollock

I found myself wishing I had a loved one who would die and leave me their barbiturates, but I couldn’t think of anyone who’d ever loved me that much. 1,559 more words


Country Noir: My Journey to the Rough South

It’s not often that you can pinpoint the reading of a particular book as life-changing. Rummaging through a box of a stranger’s discarded books in 2009, my eye was caught by the cover of Harry Crews’  1,230 more words

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The Collected Works of Scott McClanahan Vol. 1 by Scott McClanahan

“Scott McClanahan is a powerful, exceptional writer, and the overall effect of reading his deceptively simple stories is like getting hit in the head by a champion cage fighter cranked up on meth that was cooked in a trailer without running water in some Kentucky backwoods where people sing murder ballads to their children to put them to sleep.” – DONALD RAY POLLOCK, author of The Devil All the Time… 241 more words

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Bookslinger Update: "Real Life"

The Bookslinger app has been updated with a new story!

This week’s story comes from Red Holler and is by Donald Ray Pollock, published by Sarabande Books. 93 more words

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Donald Ray Pollock 'The Devil All Of The Time'

Last week end I went to Vincennes at the east of Paris to the Festival America where I saw and listened to a number of American Writers that I wasn’t familiar with Amongst these writers, were Tim Gautreaux and Donald Ray Pollock. 205 more words


Cruel interpretación

¿Qué tanto cuenta el mensaje de un texto? Esto, naturalmente, en lo profundamente literario. Decimos que hay temas en ciertos géneros, podemos decir que este punto les permite acceder a un snobismo borroso que los justifica, Godzilla es una metáfora del armamento nuclear, los zombies representan en muchos mitos la lucha de clases. 801 more words

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