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Mark Fullmer

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Author of "On the Beautiful Sea" (2008), TWEET, TWEET: a mysticotelegraphic fistbump panegyric to the american open road odyssey (2009), and 1337: A Game Novel (2010).

Born on the Planet Zantar 322 Earth-years ago. Superpowers include: breathing and talking simultaneously, long walks on the beach, and the ability to spell most words correctly.

Now lives in Southern California, where he teaches writing, occasionally makes mistakes, and dreams of PeaceCorpsing in some c'est la vie South American country.

Considers his happiest moment (so far) sitting on a cow-inhabited cliff in Zennor, Cornwall.

Has reduced his Twinkie habit to two packs a day.

Writes intuitively, sings quietly, and loves greasy pizza.

Average rating: 4.8 · 5 ratings · 1 review · 3 distinct works · Similar authors
On the Beautiful Sea: Eight...

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it was amazing 5.00 avg rating — 2 ratings — published 2009
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1337: A Game Novel about Ga...

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Alain Robbe-Grillet, French new art yuppie, makes NYC the protagonist of this recursive, rhizomatic mystery novel about a murder and orange triangles. After the first chapter, you get the style, and the only reasons I can imagine to read on are bored ...more
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When I was first introduced to Richard Lanham's ideas about prose early on in college, my own ideas about writing were pretty adolescent. And he was like a lightbulb. Returning to it now, in a 2007 fifth edition, I find some nice interesting comments ...more
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Jeannine IT appears as though u have disappeared, as I have.

I have to let u know, your revision techniques are very handy!~
And when I finish my papers on time, I actually use them!

Hope your semester is good, and have a nice Holiday


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