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FICTION
Our current selection is Artist in Residence, a novel in three acts. Set in Seattle in the mid-eighties, it's a coming-of-age tale for both its characters and the city they inhabit. In a time when heroes look to be extinct, the main protagonists are reminded heroism is in the details. Act One: Lofty Pursuits.

Installment #7 As loaves fly, Kyle abandons his heterosexual tendencies.
Installment #8 She's got a fabulous champagne-pink beehive. Introducing Grace MacArthur.

INTERVIEW
Get into the minds of some of our favorite authors.

QUICKIES
Short critiques of books and plays listed alphabetically by title, with links to full REVIEWS.

REVIEWS
Long-winded versions of a few of our QUICKIES.

Instant Meditations, by Deborah Grandinetti Mosquitoes, by William Faulkner A Prayer For Owen Meany, by John Irving A Small Furry Prayer: Dog Rescue and the Meaning of Life, by Steven Kotler
Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World's Most Dangerous Man, by Mary L.
Trump, PhD

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