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Lost Highway: An Excerpt

Willow Grove, MO

Summer 1945

Upon entering his house, it appeared unoccupied. William worked during the day and the younger ones were probably playing at their friends. 2,117 more words


Lost Highway (1997)

Directed by David Lynch

Some movies take time to grow on you.  Whether because of theme, character or otherwise, there’s something that stays on your mind long after the viewing, something you obsess over or admire days, weeks later.   1,186 more words

Lost Highway (1997)

Lost Highway (Yeah watching a lot of Lynch films lately) is the kind of Lynch film I wanted to see more of after watching “Mulholland Dr.” for the first time. 68 more words


Look Way Up

If you were a child in the 1970s in Canada, you may recognize my title “Look up…look waaaaay up, and I’ll call Rusty.” If not, you’ll have to google it. 94 more words


Lost Highway: Ten Pages

Now that Lost Highway has been released, I thought I would give readers a chance to sample the book. Here is a bit about the book’s inspiration, a teaser, and the first ten pages. 3,539 more words


Interview: Stephen Graham Jones: A Discussion on Lost Highway and Mapping the Interior

Stephen Graham Jones is the author of no less than sixteen novels and two hundred and fifty short stories. His novel, Mongrels, was nominated for Bram Stoker and Shirley Jackson Awards as well as being named a best book of 2016 by… 4,285 more words

Lost Highway

*Originally written in 2004 (and another where I inexplicably give a plot synopsis, so don’t read if you haven’t seen).

David Lynch creates another incredibly interesting, mesmerizing, beautiful, and dark experience which at times surpasses both… 573 more words