Monthly Archives: August 2012

Lawless: Hillbilly gangster flick offers wild, violent ride

This sounds like a hell of a good time to me. Anyone see it yet? I’ve got many weeks of content to get on the site, but you’ll have to bear with me for a bit.   LAWLESS Jay Stone … Continue reading

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Book Review: Hillbilly Rich, by Jeff Kerr, reviewed by Graham Rae

Whilst contemporary technology-overloaded society may have created a vapid and transient instantly-obsolete fad-app-and-gadget obsessed age, the human heart in conflict with itself is an eternal and unchanging part of life and literature. This is truism is acknowledged by writer Jeff … Continue reading

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Interim Fun at FCAC with a Larry Fondation interview

Larry Fondation is neither Appalachian nor rural, but I find his fiction about the urban poor and disadvantaged a welcome tonic when I get tired of rural lit. He is LA all the way, and the author of four novels/short … Continue reading

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