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    September 03, 2007


    Benjamin Chambers

    Thanks for the heads-up. I'll run right out and get that copy of *Esquire.* Lombreglia's great -- I recently bought a copy of his collection, *Make me Work,* just so I could re-read his stuff; I'd been wondering where he went.

    Is Percy really worth waiting for? I've read the title story of *Refresh, Refresh* and was terribly underwhelmed. For two dissenting opinions on that story (including mine), see

    susan miller

    Am I just dense - or is there more to this story? My ending is "how much of a cut?" I'm paging trying to find more/but that's it - so I think, ah , serialized - more in next issue. Nada. So is that the ending?
    The irony of it?
    Fill me in.

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