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Stained With the Mud of Khe Sanh by Rodger Jacobs

Rodger Jacobs’s memoir, Stained with the Mud of Khe Sanh: A Marine’s Letters from Vietnam, 1966-1967 (McFarland, 260 pp., $29.95), is presented in the form of letters and interspersed comments written recently. 611 more words


Need Help For Wonderland Author Rodger Jacobs

Dear Readers,

Rodger is a Wonderland legend. He has hit on some hard times with some medical issues, etc. Please help if you can. I sent him some cash too. 275 more words

Wonderland Murders

Who is Rodger Jacobs?

I’ve said these words a lot in my writing life—“So many writers, so little time.” There’s a bunch of us out there and it’s not possible to be aware of everybody who writes, but now I know about… 337 more words


Pynchon at Craigville Beach, story by Rodger Jacobs


by Rodger Jacobs

Thomas Pynchon had been engaged in a hard-fought wrestling match with a character in the new book he was writing; it was the central character, in fact, and the sonofabitch kept eluding Pynchon’s descriptive skills. 412 more words


Happy Belated Birthday, Rodger Jacobs

While we were busy yesterday (March 12) wishing Jack Kerouac a happy birthday, we forgot to extend the same courtesy to a SILVER BIRCH PRESS author — … 282 more words


From Paris to Rome with Love

Woody Allen’s films of late have moved from New York to other romanticised cities of the world. In Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Allen tries out sex, seduction and ménage-trois in Spain. 848 more words

Rodger Jacobs' Flash Fiction

Prior to reading Jacobs’ flash fiction, I had never developed much taste for the form. I had come across short, short stories or flash fiction as they are called and gave them a go, then I promised myself never to read them again. 372 more words

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