“…they have trained us… to associate a crisp, dynamic, exciting plot with supermarket fiction, and cheap thrills, and embarrassment.”

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(SORT OF)

Well, folks, it looks like the long literary nightmare is finally over.

-Norm De Plume

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Published in: on August 31, 2009 at 4:27 pm  Comments (4)  

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  1. Blood in the streets in Iowa City.

  2. Panic on the streets of London.
    Panic on the streets of Birmingham.

  3. […] via “…they have trained us… to associate a crisp, dynamic, exciting plot with supermarket fiction,…. […]

  4. The blood on the streets in Iowa City was inferred during a 273 page internal monologue on Alcibiades’ sandals that took place in the mind of the protagonist, or possibly his pet goldfish.


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