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  • Order “Picnic” Today

    Order “Picnic in a Minefield” Francesca Recchia is an independent researcher, scholar, journalist and repenting academic. She has worked and taught in different parts of the world, including Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Palestine. Her research focuses on the geopolitical dimension of cultural processes. In the past few years, her work has focused on creative practices […]

Order “Picnic” Today

Order “Picnic in a Minefield” Francesca Recchia is an independent researcher, scholar, journalist and repenting academic. She has worked and taught in different parts of the world, including Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Palestine. Her research focuses on the geopolitical dimension of cultural processes. In the past few years, her work has focused on creative practices […]

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Nick Offers Short Story Collection with ‘Good People’

Foxhead Books announces “Good People” (ISBN 978-1940876139), a collection of short stories by Nick Ripatrazone. “Good People” is a selection of fiction that amusingly ambles through the lives of the spiritually restless and religiously furtive – individuals with a conscience who are nervously navigating the intersections of awkward friendships and strained romances. A native of New […]

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Order “Where Alligators Sleep”

Sheldon Lee Compton offers us another stunning collection of short fiction. Where Alligators Sleep is Compton at his best–piquant, compelling, and profound. The collection’s dozens of stories bring readers fraught, masterfully crafted tales, seasoned with the good news of destiny, redemption, and catharsis. Order Where Alligators Sleep today.

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Winter of Wayback: 1916

Well, we’ve come to the end of the road on our Winter of Wayback episodes. After this one, we’ll have to finally admit it’s become spring, and come up with a new theme. But first: once more unto the breach, dear friends! (Shakespeare was talking about listening to a podcast, right?) In this week’s episode […]

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Episode 81: David Carr, The Night of the Gun

This week’s book goes a little dark: a memoir of addiction and recovery by celebrated journalist David Carr, who recently lost a battle with cancer (after surviving lymphoma, years ago, an episode that’s detailed in the book). Carr took an unusual vector through his own drug-fueled experience: he employed the skills he developed from years […]

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