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5 Questions: Summer Block Talks About Editing "The Foghorn," An Online Comedy Magazine

Summer Block Kumar

In addition to editing The Foghorn, Summer Block has published essays, short fiction, and poetry in McSweeney’s, The Rumpus, The Nervous Breakdown, Identity Theory, DIAGRAM, Monkeybicycle, PANK, and many other publications.

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Empress by Shan Sa

As the sole woman to occupy a throne at the meeting point of heaven and earth, this extraordinary personage is perhaps a perfect fit for Shan’s grandiose writing style.

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The Week You Weren’t Here by Charles Blackstone

I read The Week You Weren’t Here while getting my nails done. I read it on the taxi ride home, glancing down at the page through patches of streetlight. I read it over dinner until my boyfriend asked me whether the book was good and I had no idea what to say.

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Third Lesson

I don’t have any important memories. I have a bunch of stupid memories.

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