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Between the pages: December (+ retrospective)

Friends, it’s been a whole year since I started this project of mine, and this is where I bring it to a close. This was the first time in my life I have ever taken care to record and review each book I read. 1,592 more words

Book Review: Beyond The Blurb by Daniel Green

When I first discovered this book I looked on it with skepticism, because it comes from the once-fake (or should I say spoof?) publisher Cow Eye Press… 1,351 more words

Book Review

Plowing the Furrow: Atomization and Paranoia in Pynchon’s 'The Crying of Lot 49'

(October, 2015)

Pynchon’s The Crying of Lot 49 relies heavily on metaphor to create the seemingly unfathomable depth of complexity for which the novel is known. 1,107 more words

English Essays

The evensong

It’s a long walk home tonight. Listen to this mock-angel singing, let your communion be at least in listening, even if they are not spokesmen for your exact hopes, your exact, darkest terror, listen.

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