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Fritz Bogott

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Fritz Bogott (fritzbogott.com, @fritzbogott) was born in Berkeley, California and grew up reading novels and writing code in Iowa and Minnesota. After studying math, German and Chinese at a weirdly long list of American and Taiwanese colleges and universities, he worked as an engineer in Scotland, Ethiopia, Singapore and Chile and helped start the company GovDelivery. He is the author of the CC-licensed novels BOGGLE AND SNEAK and PISMO. His stories have been published in Kek-W Quarterly, Startling Adventures and Weaponizer. He builds giant flaming things in Northfield, Minnesota with his wife and daughters.

Average rating: 3.93 · 14 ratings · 4 reviews · 5 distinct works · Similar authors
Pismo

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Boggle & Sneak

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This maddening book contains two major plot threads which happen to be, respectively, the least banal and most banal I have ever encountered:

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I bought this book the second it came out in 1990 and promptly carried it on board an overnight train from Vienna to Frankfurt. There were four bunks in the cabin, and the other three were occupied by improbably attractive twenty-year-old women. I na ...more
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Vurt by Jeff Noon
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Gripping and irritating in equal measure. I'm embarrassed for the dude every time he reminds us that he is also a DJ... but on the other hand I find the earnest exposure of his DJ superhero fantasy sort of winningly honest and awesome. In any case th ...more
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Other Electricities by Ander Monson
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I bought this in preparation for a trip to Michigan where I thought I might look up Ander, a friend of a friend. I had just bought a new bike helmet, but I was also *wearing* a helmet, and the two-helmet deal was almost too much for the bookstore cle ...more
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Concrete Wave, Vol. 6 No. 3 by Michael Brooke, ed
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A skateboarding magazine in the middle of a Minnesota winter is nothing but cruelty. It does sort of make me want to stick decals on my hat...
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