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Julie Reverb

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Julie Reverb Joseph wrote: "As one can see from a quick glance at her profile pic, Madame Reverb means serious business. Tearful eyes, leopard print, Pessoaesque yearnings; she's got it all. Her website's front pages alarms t..."

Ha! I loved this, thanks! Must check out your fiction x


Mubarak bin Jerusalem As one can see from a quick glance at her profile pic, Madame Reverb means serious business. Tearful eyes, leopard print, Pessoaesque yearnings; she's got it all. Her website's front pages alarms the casual visitor with such proclamations: 'No one lives.' Her writing begins with a hangover. If she were a true rummy, her writings would have either begun with the hair of the dog or with cauldrons of black coffee, or if she was really boring a leaf and a glass of water, like the most boring living writer available, J.F. Cortzee. The modern realm of literary enthusiasts eagerly await Madame Reverb's upcoming novel.


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