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A Batch of S[h]elfies Part 3: Bonus Edition!

There were a couple shelves I should’ve included before, so . . . here they are!

Moar Shelfies 1

Top shelf: Lots of issues of Tin House!

Moar Shelfies 2

And lots of issues of The Paris Review and Glimmer Train (with appearances by Hobart and n+1).

Moar Shelfies 3

Joyce, David Sedaris, Arthur C. Clarke, Elie Wiesel, Anthony Burgess, and a number of classics.

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Read This: xTx’s ‘Billie the Bull’

billie-the-bullLooking for something killer to read? Do you like your books short and punchy? Do you have a pulse? If you answered yes to any of these, odds are you will like Billie the Bull by xTx, now available from MudLuscious Press imprint, Nephew.

I reviewed the book over at Sundog Lit:

Rarely does a book capture what it means to be perfect—or as close to perfect as possible—simply because there are so many variables at play. It doesn’t necessarily matter whether or not the book is long or short, whether it is an epic or a chapbook. Length is all but arbitrary in this context because it takes an incredible amount of skill to hold it all together, to give the reader the impression the book might actually burst at the spine, or that the words might careen off the pages like a train derailed. It’s this sense of imminent catastrophe that ignites a glowing ember to raging inferno, which then stokes the fires in the boiler that propels the work forward…

Hit the jump above to read more. Needless to say, I loved it!

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