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Julie Reverb

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Average rating: 4.05 · 20 ratings · 1 review · 3 distinct works
NO MOON

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"There are so many great lines and so many classic poems in this book, it's like reading a best-of collection. Olds's talent is ridiculous, nearly unreachable in this collection. I read some of these poems and felt changed, like I was absorbing someth" Read more of this review »
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Sam Lipsyte
“We are going to eat ice cream and we are going to eat shit. The trick is to use different spoons.”
Sam Lipsyte, The Ask
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“One of my big revelations was that nobody cares whether you write your novel or not. They want you to be happy. Your parents want you to have health insurance. Your friends want you to be a good friend. But everyone’s thinking about their own problems and nobody wakes up in the morning thinking, ‘Boy, I sure hope Sam finishes that chapter and gets one step closer to his dream of being a working writer.’ Nobody does that. If you want to write, it has to come from you. If you don’t want to write, that’s great. Go do something else. That was a very liberating moment for me.”
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“Write a little every day, without hope, without despair.”
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“Hypocrite reader -- my fellow -- my brother!”
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“Look at that sea, girls--all silver and shadow and vision of things not seen. We couldn't enjoy its loveliness any more if we had millions of dollars and ropes of diamonds.”
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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


J.W.D. Nicolello 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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