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These are stories of the 2 a.m. bar stool, of whiskey-scented cubicles, of mystical kangaroo caves, of prairie dog vacuums. They are stories of Socrates, of Asoka, of Pill Dombrowski, and of the amazing Martin Landawer. These are vital voices that echo within you long after out of earshot. Here is the authentic, the wild, the truth. Here is salvation scatter-shot through w ...more
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Inrpeaces
Mar 28, 2011 Inrpeaces rated it it was amazing
I found this collection after reading work by its editor Frank Marcopolos. When I looked into what was inside, I was really impressed with the variety of stories and poetry. For someone always looking for new and interesting fiction, you know the kind that's hard to find at B&N, I was not disappointed. I really enjoyed reading the early stories of some of the authors I already read - stuff not found elsewhere.

So, if you like reading some avante-garde fiction, and lots of it, I recommend this
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Mike Cipra
Mar 21, 2011 Mike Cipra rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Wow. This e-book is an awesome collection of wildly imaginative fiction and tight, emotional poetry. Editor Frank Marcopolos put it all together in his acclaimed literary 'zine The Whirligig back in the day. Marcopolos was one of the first to recognize talents such as Khaled Hosseini, and this is a compilation of issues 3-9 of The Whirligig. A fun, surprising read.
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Frank Marcopolos has worked as a U.S. paratrooper (82nd Airborne Division) and played as an NCAA athlete. He now frets over and occasionally writes literary fiction. His written work has appeared in Broken Pencil magazine, The Urban Bizarre (anthology), The Whirligig, The Oracle, Scowlzine, and many other places.

His first novel was the critically-acclaimed ALMOST HOME: The New Paltz Novel. The cu
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