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Book Review: A Visit from the Goon Squad

A Visit From the Goon Squad by Jennifer Egan Review by Lisa Levine “A Visit From the Goon Squad” isn’t a must-read for MFA craft classes, but it should be.  The recognition Jennifer Egan’s fifth book is receiving this year ought to remove any doubt that she is a writer to learn from.  Her layered

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Tucson Success Stories: Bo McGuire

Photo: Page Adams Bo McGuire hails from Hokes Bluff, Alabama, birthplace of John Wisdom, the Paul Revere of the South. You can find his work in Forklift, Ohio, Court Green, MiPOesias, Diagram and The Pinch. Natasha Stagg: What are you up to lately? Bo McGuire: Here lately, I’ve been getting by with a little help

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Interview With Anna Prushinskaya

Anna Prushinskaya edits The Outlet. I met her and lived with her for a time in Ann Arbor. I’ve always loved her writing and I’m super excited about what she’s doing in Brooklyn. Natasha Stagg: Tell me about Brooklyn College. Anna Prushinskaya: Brooklyn College’s campus is beautiful and ranked for it. There’s really delicious pizza

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Letters on MFAs

Continued from previous post. JR: …It’s JR from MB’s class. How’s it going? Where are you now? The main question is: Have you written anything lately? NS: I hope to be finished with a story soon, since I finally actually started one the other day. Send me one and I’ll read it asap. I live in

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