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Book review: Glen Duncan’s THE LAST WEREWOLF

Okay. Well. This book… totally happened. As has been covered, I really dig abrasively written unnecessarily tragic love stories (WRACK, LOLITA, etc.; CALEB’S CROSSING could have been sexier). This one had all of those things in spades. The story is … Continue reading

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Genre and aesthetic

Author’s note: When I talk about the sections that books live in, I’m talking specifically about the shelving standards at Barnes & Noble booksellers, because that’s where I work and am therefore most familiar with their classifications. I recognize that … Continue reading

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I have some things to say about “literary fiction.”

All right, folks. By now everyone knows my taste in fiction – running hard to fantasy and mystery. I dabble in other categories and subgenres – hard science fiction/space opera, steampunk, cyberpunk, alternate history/mythology (especially a morbid fascination with versions … Continue reading

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Edits & the Antisocial Writer

Oh, there you are. Where have you been? Why don’t I see you anymore? Writing makes you antisocial. I know this, and have just empirically proven it by posting NOTHING for 9 weeks. Why? Because I was writing. And editing. … Continue reading

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