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From Crazy River: Exploration and Folly in East Africa by Richard Grant At sundown he led me past the snoozing security guards and out through the metal security gates that separated the backpacker compound from the local village. We walked … Continue reading
Since we are already 1/4 of the way through 2013 (?!), and since I mentioned a handful of pulpier offerings the other day, I thought I’d point out a couple of the more “literary” reads I’ve really enjoyed so far … Continue reading
I’ve made a conscious effort over the last year or so to keep much of my reading grounded in what is typically labeled as “literary” fiction, something I’ve avoided over the years. When I was reading a ton of short … Continue reading
Saturday concluded another year of attending panels and soirees at the Montana Festival of the Book. This is something I look forward to every year, and it never disappoints. The title of this particular post is a one-liner the excellent … Continue reading
I’d been updating my growing list of short stories I’ve read for the year on my Tumblr page, but I’ve decided to move that back over here. I don’t know how much it really interests anyone regardless of where I … Continue reading