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Against the Damsels in Distress: Sarah Bruni on “The Night Gwen Stacy Died”

I first saw parts of Sarah Bruni’s novel The Night Gwen Stacy Died back in 2006. Those pages contained the germ of what would later become Sarah’s first book: a young woman bored in small-town Iowa, listening to French language tapes in … Continue reading

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H.P. Lovecraft’s Cat Care Essentials?: Jeremy M. Davies Talks “Fancy”

A few months ago, I had the great pleasure of hearing Washington University alumnus Jeremy M. Davies read from his new novel Fancy. I was immediately captivated by the strangeness and musicality of the voice, and the idea of basing a … Continue reading

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