Bleeding Edge Review

What I love most about Thomas Pynchon is that everything he writes revolves around stuffing everything he knows about life into one work. David Foster Wallace and Infinite Jest. Don DeLillo and Underworld. PT Anderson and magnolia. David Lynch and Inland Empire. For most creatives, this type of work is a one off. For Pynchon, […]

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The Book of Commonplace Old Things

Literary reviews are hard for me. I’ve never taken a stab at one and it seems like there’s so much ground to cover when discussing any novel. But I’m gonna try because I’m wide awake and pissed right now after finishing the Book of Strange New Things by Michel Faber. I’ll admit that I went into this […]

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