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The Booked. Anthology Review 10: “The Mulligan” by Joshua Alan Doetsch

Marked as one of the favorite stories of this collection by many of the readers and collaborators, I was incredibly excited to finally get to this story. I still had yet to read anything by Mister Doetsch, yet I’d met … Continue reading

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The Booked. Anthology Review 9: “Faces On the Milk Carton” by TW Brown

My general thoughts, when confronted with an alien invasion story usually involves anal probes, destruction on a grand scale, or maybe some wrinkly, loveable, creature devouring econo-sized bags of peanut butter flavored candies. TW Brown’s take on aliens coming to … Continue reading

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The Booked. Anthology Review 8: “Manger Dog” by Marc Rapacz

As a writer, one of the most haunting moments of pop-culture is a recurring exchange between Stewie and Brian on Family Guy. The infant is sardonically asking the family dog about the progress of a novel that he’s been writing … Continue reading

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The Booked. Anthology Review 7: “Think Tank” by Craig Wallwork

I read this out loud to my housemate and she grimaced, questioning why I couldn’t read her any “happy” stories. I argued that “Think Tank” was a happy story. It’s a story about sacrifice for the greater good, it gives … Continue reading

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Rake: A Novel by Scott Phillips

I’ve reached a point in my book collecting drug habit where I can’t fit any more books sitting upright in that classic, “Look at my shit” style. I’ve now had to start stacking books on top of one another, in … Continue reading

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