Monthly Archives: February 2011

Punching The Detectives

I’m trying to coax myself into writing an honest-to-goodness murder mystery. I currently have Michael Chabon’s The Yiddish Policemen’s Union on my lap. I will soon finish it and absorb its secrets. I had forgotten that one of the great … Continue reading

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Ending American Sexy

I saw American Sexy by Trista Baldwin at The Flea on Thursday night. It was decent! The subject matter wasn’t much more than College Kids Behaving Badly, but it’s structured well and was brought to life by performances both coarse … Continue reading

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Down With Secret History!

A lot of fiction relies on secret history—a hidden world filled with danger and wonder that often explains the “true” way the world works. While you stand in front of the cashier, choosing to pay for your groceries by debit … Continue reading

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