Posts Tagged ‘ Eugene Marten ’

Firework by Eugene Marten – review

September 7, 2010
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Firework by Eugene Marten – review

It seems to me that most authors are aware of a line (that may or may not exist) and they don’t cross it; or they are aware of it and play around the edge of it but again don’t cross it. Readers are aware of the line also and have certain expectations about it....

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Friday’s Forgotten Books: Waste by Eugene Marten

April 23, 2010
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Friday’s Forgotten Books: Waste by Eugene Marten

One of the problems with the new tribalism is that something can get passed around one community and never make its way into other communities that may be interested in it. It almost seems like the word “crossover” has shrunk over the years. There’s this small band of authors, that are grouped together in...

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