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    April 15, 2007

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    Cliff Garstang

    Dan, I've been assembling the collections I'll be choosing from and so far there is NO overlap with your choices list above. I'll do a post later today with a list . . .

    aaron

    Derby's "The Sound Gun" from Super Flat Times is probably one of my fave stories of the last I-don't-know-how-many years. Often one of the first stories I think of when trying to remember specific stories from recent memory.

    Of the more recent collections I've read, Stacey Richter's new Twin Studies is pretty amazing. And I just recently (finally!) picked up Lipsyte's Venus Drive which, also: amazing.

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