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Krimis, die man 2015 lesen sollte (V)

Es ist fast eine sichere und daher unfaire Wette, davon auszugehen, dass Merle Krögers “Havarie” (seit 4. Mai im Handel) die KrimiZeit-Bestenliste im Juni anführen wird. 489 more words

Krimis, Die Man Lesen Sollte

A Journey Inward

A dream woke me just after midnight; actually, the urge to pee did, but because of that, I remember the dream. Anyway, in it, I’d been writing like a madwoman, ideas were flowing so fast my typing could barely keep up–what a rush! 457 more words

The Art Of Tuesday

Harry Crews on true love...and asses

“‘But true love,’ he said, ‘godddamn true love is taking it out of you ass and sticking it in your mouth.'” – A Feast of Snakes… 857 more words

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

Lazy Fascist Press

An Interview with Steph Post

Steph Post grew up in North Florida, lives in St. Petersburg with her husband and six dogs, and teaches writing at a performing arts high school in Tampa. 1,046 more words

Writers On Writing

Why are there no actual muumuus on "Do You Muumuu?"

To those dear readers who have inquired as to what “Do You Muumuu?” as a title means exactly, here goes.  The main emotions of the adult Southerner who has had none of the advantages of wealth but has of education and culture is gleeful disdain and a protean joy tinged with bitterness.  598 more words