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    September 26, 2008


    Steven Gillis

    daniel you are the best read man I know. I just happen to be a Pinter slappy of late - love his writing, his politics, his HUGE stones - and glad I could share a writer with you that you had yet to discover on your own. Had to resort to plays to find one but....


    That David McGlynn book is very, very good. You're going to like it.


    I'll look forward to reading and hearing about Fight Scenes! I really enjoyed Bottoms' Angelhead as well as his story collection, Sentimental Heartbroken Rednecks, a book you could probably tell I would love, from the title alone.


    The Leni Zumas book is exceptional, and I happen to be typing up the Book Notes entry for Kirsten Menger-Anderson's collection right now...

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