I’ve read three weird westerns more-or-less consecutively in the past few weeks: The Wind Through the Keyhole by Stephen King, The Half-made World by Felix Gilman and The Sisters Brothers by Patrick deWitt. 1,147 more words
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Felicitations, dear readers – and by readers I do mean bibliophiles everywhere.
My name is Matt and like my fellow blogsters (“blogsters”?), I work at York Explore Library and Archive. 448 more words
The esteemed Laura White of The Duck Store in Eugene, Oregon asked me to promote a book for Independent Bookstore Day. Now that’s tough. Asking an author to promote one book is like asking a CEO of a Fortune 500 Company which dollar is the favorite one he’s ever earned off the back-breaking labor of his minimum-wage employees. 609 more words
Patrick deWitt wrote his first novel, Ablutions, in the form of second-person notes-to-self. The subtitle of that book is “Notes on a novel.” I took notes during deWitt’s Macewan Book of the Year appearance and tried to recreate the form. 889 more words