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  • Dying on the Vine

    Despite promising starts and a scattering of stars, "midwest noir" remains an unappreciated genre.
  • When You Hate Your Neck

    Apparently the thing to do is focus on your navel.
  • Radical Tweak

    Christopher Sorrentino takes liberties with the Patty Hearst story to get at the truth of why the revolution died.
  • A Self-Important Prick

    An exercise in writing to repel from PhD Joseph Suglia
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  • Little Girl Lost

    Sharon Skolnick's memoir of growing up in an Indian orphanage possesses the transforming spirit that reflects on disasters and turns them into something more.