What can a short story do that a novel can’t do? Find out in the Sunday Rumpus interview with Sweet Talk author Stephanie Vaughn.
A review of Nick Antosca’s The Obese claims the satire is “far beyond the awful, formulaic, workshop-produced fiction of many young modern writers today.”
Have we mentioned our local bookstore’s release of Naked Came the Leaf Peeper, a serial collaborative novel by Western North Carolina writers (including John P. McAfee, Susan Reinhardt, Vicki Lane, Tommy Hays, Wayne Caldwell, Fred Chappell, and Tony Earley)?
The Boston Globe reviews Mad Women: The Other Side of Life on Madison Avenue in the ‘60s and Beyond.
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