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Sorting Your Inheritance: Lost in the White Ruins

Sorting Your Inheritance: Lost in the White Ruins

Sorting Your Inheritance: Lost in the White Ruins An Interview with William Walsh by Kayla Haas     William Walsh is originally from Jamestown, New York, but has lived throughout the United States.  He lives with his wife and three children in Atlanta.  His books include Speak So I Shall…

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Delivering an Unboxed Pizza with Your Bare Hands:  An Interview with Luke Geddes

Delivering an Unboxed Pizza with Your Bare Hands: An Interview with Luke Geddes

  In this mojo blog exclusive, former and future neighbors Luke Geddes and Woody Skinner set out to discuss Luke’s debut collection, I Am a Magical Teenage Princess, but end up talking about Sega Genesis, Tony’s pizzas, and Tolstoy.   Woody Skinner:  Yeah, yeah, yeah,…

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Review of Bill Neumire’s Estrus

Review of Bill Neumire’s Estrus

  Last year Bill Neumire won our staff prize for his poem  “Think of the Mercy of Volcanoes” which appeared in mojo 2 and closes his recent book, Estrus.   The book was released by Alrich Press. Neumire’s collection establishes a speaker in combat.  The central…

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How Pinckney Benedict’s Miracle Boy and Other Stories Changed the Way I Read.

How Pinckney Benedict’s Miracle Boy and Other Stories Changed the Way I Read.

It’s a rare thing for me to love a book unconditionally, so why can’t I stop myself from trying? Sometimes the best I can ask for when a friend lends me one of their favorites is to walk away unoffended. Similarly, the few times I…

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Review of Mathew Burnside’s “Escapologies”

Review of Mathew Burnside’s “Escapologies”

20 Reasons to Read “Escapologies” Here are 20 reasons why you need to pick up a copy of Matthew Burnside’s new chapbook “Escapologies” from Red Bird Chapbooks. Each of these lines is from “Escapologies”, which was printed by Red Bird Chapbooks in 2013. “in your…

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