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Some light verse / from the hearse / Of our democratic system. Continue reading
“So when somebody comes up to me and says, “You know what? You made me like that again,” I just think, ‘Hell yeah..'” -Rich Ferguson on the reactions to his jaw-dropping live performances.
Tom Gualtieri reflects on winters spent in Syracuse, N.Y.—including the tragic one in 1988.
Greg Olear sings the praises of one of his favorite poems, by the great Percy Byssche Shelley.
During each installment of this regular and beloved feature, a new book is reviewed from beyond the grave by a restless author of yore. This week, Charles Bukowski dirty old mans Martin Amis’s “Lionel Asbo.”