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Part III: Tips ‘n Tricks

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Part three of The Ulysses Sage takes the potential reader through the hooks and hang ups of Joyce’s madness.
Pulp Fiction Review

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InDigest’s newest column, Blunt Force Trauma, wades through the torrid legacy of Jim Thompson.
Literary Review

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Anthony Varallo’s newest collection of short stories, Out Loud, digs into life in the suburbs.
Poetry Review

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Alex Lemon’s newest collection, Hallelujah Blackout, is the subject of the latest rantings from The Jess.
Literary Review

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Enter Tom McCarthy’s odd redemptive world, and the intertwining lives of prisoners, psychiatrists, and celebrities in this month’s Bedside Stacks.
Part One: Viva Bloomsday

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Charles Greene takes a look at the worldwide Bloomsday celebration, and the finer points of Ulysses impact on readers the globe around.
Poetry Review

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Dorthea Lasky inspires Awe and The Jess writes a column about it.
Geekosaurus

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Dorkolopogous reveals the mystery of microwave burritos and how the microwave can be a frightening weapon, or a delicous oven.
Poetry Review

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InDigest’s brand new column, Is That Cowardly?, takes a look at new poetry releases with that mysterious man from Chicago that some are calling The Jess.
Literary Review

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In this issue’s Bedside Stacks Lambert takes a look at Neil Smith’s new collection of short stories, Bang Crunch.
Geekosaurus

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The other Thompson brother takes on his first Dorkolpogous column focusing on the potential for an invisible sword and the role of carbon nanotubes.
Literary Review

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This very sexy edition of Bedside Stacks looks at two new short-story collections from Tin House Books.
Geekosaurus

our resident dork guru expounds on “tube amps” and other things us literary types don’t understand. Got a problem? Don’t ask us, we don’t speak dork.
Literary Review

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Columnist Ashleigh Lambert looks over fall books, the immigrant experience, and the perils of the Christmas season.
Geekosaurus

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1000100   1100001  1101101  1101110, this column is hot. The Dorkolopogous dissects the practicalities of binary, in part one of Dorkolopogous.
Literary Review

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Deb Olin Unferth’s Vacation and Geoff Herback’s The Miracle Letters of T. Rimberg are the subjeect of this month’s Bedside Stacks.
Part II: Why It’s the Greatest

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In part II of The Ulysses Sage Charles Greene takes a look at just what it is that makes Ulysses so great.
InDigest
Literary Review

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Ryan Seacrest is Famous says the title of Dave Housley’s new collection of short stories, see what else it says in Bedside Stacks..
Erratica
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Literary Review

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Non-fiction is the focus this month as Bedside Stacks looks at the oddities of the English Language and turn of the century sideshows.