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Michael Hessel-Mial on Michael Hessel-Mial.

A review of Michael Hessel-Mial’s Pangur Ban Party e-Book: I Am Rainbow
by Michael Hessel-Mial

This work gives a strong sense of having many somewhat strong moments that sometimes sustain entire poems, but overall giving a sense of being written over the course of perhaps 3 to 20 minutes at a time. 648 more words


Stephen O'Toole on Stephen O'Toole.

A review of Stephen O’Toole’s Pangur Ban Party e-Book: Tusk
by Stephen O’Toole

Tusk concerns a man (me) and a non-man (female). The non-man is based on four different women, only one of whom was (is?) Finnish and only two of whom were (are?) real. 302 more words


Bradley Sands on Bradley Sands.

A review of Bradley Sands’ Pangur Ban Party e-Book: Work for MegaCorp and Make MegaCorp Work for You!
by Bradley Sands

I am certain that there has never been a person throughout the entirety of human existence named Bradley Sands. 322 more words


Josh Kleinberg on Josh Kleinberg.

A review of Josh Kleinberg’s Pangur Ban Party e-Book: Husky of Honor
by Josh Kleinberg

I wrote Husky of Honor one night, while sort of drunk,  after coming home from a frat party that made me very sad. 680 more words


J. A. Tyler on J. A. Tyler.

A review of J. A. Tyler’s Pangur Ban Party e-Book: When We Take Off Our Heads
by J. A. Tyler

I am a repeater of words. 75 more words