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"Darby Larson's names and singalongs scatter over the whitewash the way we're sometimes thinking too hard to hold the mugs we're fondest of. This is a text that fades and shirks and gabs. It shudders like the needle that won't land. Opt to be a Freeman and let Larson parse your dreams for subthoughts." Mike Young, author of Look! Look! Feathers

About the Author

Darby Larson has had short fiction published over the last ten years in a variety of places, including recently at The Collagist, Everyday Genius, Caketrain, and New York Tyrant. He is the editor of Abjective. This is his first book.

Product Details

ISBN:
1110000064835
Publisher:
MUD LUSCIOUS PRESS
Series:
Nephew
Series Volume:
1
Publication Date:
2011
Pages:
46
Dimensions:
4x6

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Fiction and Poetry » Small Press » Mini Chapbooks

Iguana Complex
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Product details 46 pages MUD LUSCIOUS PRESS - English 1110000064835 Reviews:
"Review" by , "Darby Larson's names and singalongs scatter over the whitewash the way we're sometimes thinking too hard to hold the mugs we're fondest of. This is a text that fades and shirks and gabs. It shudders like the needle that won't land. Opt to be a Freeman and let Larson parse your dreams for subthoughts."
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