The great people at Zine-Scene published my review of Earl Wynn’s three magazines (Weirdyear, Daily Love, Yesteryear). I argue they’re examples of the new “democratized” literary community developing online.
Also, two book reviews: James Kaelen’s “We’re Getting On” and Jaspreet Singh’s “Chef” at Full Stop.
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Luna Park put up my essay “A Manual for Readers,” a spin-off of Donald Barthelme’s “Manual for Sons.” This one is about stories instead of fathers.