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Indie Lit Classics: Svalina, Xu, Killebrew

I Am A Very Productive Entrepreneur

Mathias Svalina

Mud Luscious Press, 2011

Add this book to the list of reasons it’s a shame good ol’ Mud Luscious Press shut the doors, blinds, chimney. 1,385 more words


Episode 36: Robert Kloss, Alligators of Abraham

This week’s book we’re calling “historical magical realism,” though it’s possible we’ve just made that term up. But it seems fitting for a book largely about the American Civil War that also features a veritable plague of alligators. 410 more words


Friday Rex | March 22, 2013

Yo. It’s Spring. Sort of. We know there’s been lots of snow out there this week. Shout out to the Upper Peninsula. Why not start your Spring off – or, lament that it’s not actually Spring outside – with some Friday reads? 292 more words

SS Review: Poisonhorse by Brandi Wells

POISONHORSE by Brandi Wells

Nephew, 34 pgs., August 2012, $10

A literary eruption, is that a thing, if that’s a thing, it just happened over here, out comes a saddened–>tortured love cry, a near-epic struggle twisted forward and within and out of over a bitty 34 pages, the story of Poisonhorse shrieks, as the horse and the poison the narrator gives it and the bears and the rats and the lady in the cistern and etc. 49 more words


Michael Kimball Writes Your Life Story (On a Postcard) (A Review)

By William Boyle

Mud Luscious Press

162 pgs. | $15

Michael Kimball Writes Your Life Story (On a Postcard) showed up in my inbox one sunny day after a tornado warning. 1,118 more words

Sundog Lit

Review of Cataclysm Baby by Matt Bell

Cataclysm Baby
by Matt Bell

Mud Luscious Press, 2012

Reviewed by Tessa Mellas

“Know there is a finite amount of everything remaining.
Know this future is almost over, know we will live to see it end.

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That's what I'm sayin'

I think what is most important is arriving at a confidence and assurance in your own work. However that may come. Isolation is important. For me isolation was a way of stripping away the vainer goals I might have had—book deals and money and large audiences. 152 more words