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random book review – Bob Mould, “See A Little Light”

Bob Mould is one of my all-time heroes, and See A Little Light: The Trail of Rage and Melody is a goddamn amazing book. Let’s elaborate. As he tells the story in his autobiography (written alongside music journalist and Our … Continue reading

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Random Book Review – Joe Hill, “Horns”

I primarily know Joe Hill‘s work from the comic book series Locke & Key, but he’s also a novelist.  “Horns” is his second full-length novel, and it is a beautiful doozy. Ignatius Perrish is at the bottom. The second son … Continue reading

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Random Book Review – Nevin Martell, “Looking For Calvin and Hobbes”

My love of Bill Watterson and Calvin and Hobbes is no secret. I’ve got a bunch of book collections of the beloved comic strip sitting on my shelf, but this book is a little different. A journey by writer Nevin … Continue reading

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Random Book Review – William Gibson, “Zero History”

Since Neuromancer was first published in 1984, William Gibson has been a sci-fi figurehead in literature, helping to create the modern subgenre of cyberpunk.  His past few works however, have drifted away from straight science fiction, being more about the … Continue reading

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