I was sitting at my computer when I saw him…or it! He was lying under the spare cot I have for visitors.
Our first fire was a tentative thing, a match to the twigs in the upstairs room. I sat on the edge of the chair, watched the flames and imagined a tell-tale strand of smoke drift across the evening sky.
When I’ve walked away from all the images of massacres and witches, bandits and clashing armies and lunatics, and when the pictures of kings and gods have faded away, the image that always stays with me is of this
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When a city’s downtown is deserted on a Saturday afternoon, I want to go AWOL, too. That was my reaction after leaving our Richmond, Virginia, hotel to explore the area on foot.
Perhaps what is most refreshing though, particularly for a writer of his stature, is his reiterated belief that literature is still, and will continue to remain, relevant, and important, in a rapidly changing world.
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- The Fishman (10/21/2016) - I was sitting at my computer when I saw him…or it! He was lying under the spare cot I have for visitors.
- Don DeLillo: In Conversation (10/20/2016) - Perhaps what is most refreshing though, particularly for a writer of his stature, is his reiterated belief that literature is still, and will continue to remain, relevant, and important, in Read More
- Regular Writing and Mental Cannulation (10/20/2016) - For the first time since I instigated my daily writing habit, it felt like it had become a millstone around my neck; it was dangerously close to becoming a chore.
- What about the Ecocidal Lunatics? (10/20/2016) - Eventually he went on to theorise and subsequently pave the way for one of the most bizarre delusions in the history of human thought. The monopoly economy, or in other Read More
- London Film Festival: The Handmaiden, Lady Macbeth and the Possibilities of Adaptation (10/19/2016) - These two refreshing, unconventional adaptations exemplify the wonder of the London Film Festival, writes Eleanor Franzén.
- London Film Festival: The Glorious Uncertainty of Certain Women (10/19/2016) - On Saturday, Kelly Reichardt's Certain Women claimed the top prize at the festival awards. It's entirely deserved, writes Joanna Pocock.
- My Dead Ex-Girlfriend Is Now A Cartoon Rabbit (10/19/2016) - I’m not exactly sure how mourning’s supposed to go. At least, not this time. I’ve dealt with loss before. A young coworker’s tragic death at her sister’s wedding. An uncle succumbing to Read More
To understand our family is to know about the warehouse. Magic things happened there. Our fortunes fluctuated. We ran a small international company by each of us occupying every single role, from managing director to warehouse staff to janitor.
LitroTV interviews contributor Seth Clabough on his debut novel All Things Await, available from Amazon, Barnes and Nobles and fine brick-and-mortar bookstores.
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