Personal blog devoted to reviewing non-genre fiction/non-fiction and posts on languages and cultures
April 20, 2012 § Leave a comment
Yes, the juxtaposition is intentional. I will be writing a new piece on it later, likely for publication elsewhere (I do have a review from January-February 2009, along with an interview with Brian Evenson, that is available in the archives here).
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