Monthly Archives: November 2009


I owe a whole shit-ton of you (meaning contribs) books. I’ve been so busy for the last two months I’d forgotten about that, uh, very important part of the deal for publishing here. Please remind me in comments if I … Continue reading

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Dark Hole, fiction by Rosanne Griffeth

If you misstep just six inches to your right, you will fall right into it. It swirls brightly and is fit only for trout to live in. If you do misstep, you will plunge up to your neck in the … Continue reading

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William Gay Interviewed at the Oxford American

William Gay has carved for himself an enduring position in the modern Southern literary landscape, and the echoes of his work have reverberated far beyond the red clay hills surrounding his home in Hohenwald, Tennessee. The South of his books … Continue reading

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A Writer’s Apprenticeship: Larry Brown – Part II of VIII

Hi–here’s a quick link to the next Larry Brown post on Darnell Arnoult’s blog.More from Fried Chicken later on this week. We’re digging out from book boxes right now.

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Larry Brown News

I post it when I have it, folks. And as I’m right in the middle of moving sixty-five cases of books, along with the unimportant stuff, this is likely all you’ll get out of me this week, so pay attention … Continue reading

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