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    December 15, 2006



    You've been so incredibly kind & supportive, thank YOU! for being amazing and awesome. Happy Holidays!
    xoxoxo, f.

    John McNally

    In addition to Surreal South, Press 53 is publishing my wife Amy Knox Brown's first book in the fall, a collection of stories titled WHY WE ARE THE WAY WE ARE. I'll make sure you get a copy so that you can add it to your ever-growing pile of books.

    Alicia Gifford

    I, too, can't wait for Roy Kesey's book! And for God Is Dead by Ron Currie Jr., from Viking. Good stuff!


    I can only echo what Felicia said. Thanks so much, Dan!

    Julie Ann Shapiro

    All these books sound wonderful. I can't wait to read Roy Kesey's new book too!

    I know 2007 is going to be a great literary year. I have some book news too! My novel, One Shoe Diaries, a story of love, lost shoes and whimsy will be serialized at Pulp Bits beginning mid January in 2007.

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