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“I’m not convinced you want to read this. I mean, you’re now in a motel on the side of the highway, blood on the walls, and this book is a note on a nightstand. Joshua Young has written a maddening book of clues that hang on to us until we crumble into the impossible joke of it. I got inside and tried to call you, but you didn’t pick up. Young’s phones are made of static. And there is no you. And there are no heroes. And an old birthday cake. A cow keeps rocking.” – Zachary Schomburg, author of Fjords Vol. 1

About the Author

Joshua Young is the author of When the Wolves Quit: A Play-in-Verse (Gold Wake Press). He lives in Chicago with his wife, their son, and their dog.

Product Details

ISBN:
1110000082438
Publisher:
Mud Luscious Press
Series:
Nephew
Series Volume:
5
Publication Date:
2012
Pages:
71
Dimensions:
4x6

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To the Chapel of Light
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Product details 71 pages Mud Luscious Press - English 1110000082438 Reviews:
"Review" by , “I’m not convinced you want to read this. I mean, you’re now in a motel on the side of the highway, blood on the walls, and this book is a note on a nightstand. Joshua Young has written a maddening book of clues that hang on to us until we crumble into the impossible joke of it. I got inside and tried to call you, but you didn’t pick up. Young’s phones are made of static. And there is no you. And there are no heroes. And an old birthday cake. A cow keeps rocking.” – Zachary Schomburg, author of
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