At Vol.1, Two Book Reviews

Christian TeBordo’s The Awful Possibilities:

The postcards make tangible that which is the key quality of The Awful Possibilities: the way in which TeBordo is able to command alienation, both with the subject matter of his stories and the details of his prose.

(The full review is here.)

Kristina Born’s One Hour of Television:

Some of One Hour of Television‘s pages abound with text; others contain a handful of lines. Some have only one. Yet the book lingers: Born provides connective tissue: a trauma-filled trip to Las Vegas; a depressive recounting the plot of Erin Brockovich.

(The full review is here.)

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