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Flash Fiction: ‘Lunch Money’

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I was heading down the highway after the robbery, not highway robbery, just the old fashioned gas station kind. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Love Affairs of Nathaniel P.’ by Adelle Waldman

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Don’t dismiss Adelle Waldman’s excellent debut novel as chick lit. Read More »

Comic Review: ‘My Hero? An UglyDoll Comic’ by Sun Min Kim, David Horvath, Travis Nichols, Ian McGinty, DevilRobots, Junko Mizuno

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A quirky look at the world of superheros from an UglyDoll point of view. Read More »

Interview: Lynn Steward, Author of ‘A Very Good Life’

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"I quickly learned that writing becomes an all-consuming passion. . ." Read More »

Flash Fiction: Last Call

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“You’ve made me a keeper of vineyards, yet my own vineyard I’ve not kept.” I sent this Song of Solomon verse out as my last Wednesday evening’s sermon. Read More »

Blogcritics Does (Flash) Fiction: Soliciting Writers and Stories

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Soliciting contributors for Blogcritics’ new Flash Fiction section. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Word Exchange’ by Alena Graedon

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Imagining language struggling for survival in Alena Graedon's new novel 'The Word Exchange.' Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Blazing World,’ by Siri Hustvedt

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Known for her powerful writing of both fiction nonfiction books, Siri Hustvedt has earned her reputation as a brilliant thinker and articulate writer. The Blazing World is strong proof that her talents are unmatched in the genre. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Fort’ by Aric Davis

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I am a huge fan of Aric Davis and will own every single book he ever writes. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Muffin Man’ by Stephan Collina

Each war carries survivors, many not able to cope with life once war is done. Some are still searching for a cause, but where does that search lead? Read More »