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Monthly Archives: July 2012
The Sovereignties of Invention is a collection of short stories by Matthew Battles, © Red Lemonade 2012 *About Red Lemonade *”Introducing Red Lemonade” in Full Stop Advertisements
Almost Never is a novel by Daniel Sada, translated by Katherine Silver, © Graywolf Press 2012
Train Dreams is a novel by Denis Johnson, © Picador 2011 Oh, and a demonstration of how small and adorable this book is!
Bringing the Shovel Down is a collection of poems by Ross Gay, © University of Pittsburgh Press 2011 Meat Heart is a collection of poems by Melissa Broder, © Publishing Genius Press 2012 **In case you haven’t noticed, I’ve also … Continue reading
The Translation of the Bones is a novel by Francesca Kay, © Scribner 2011