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Armand Inezian

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Growing up in Hollywood, in a multilingual household, Armand Inezian became fascinated with the interplay of language. In his teens, Armand began exploring writing locally, attending screenplay workshops and writing articles for the lively California 'zine scene.

In the 90's, he moved to Boston to attend the MFA writing program at Emerson College, where he wrote stories inspired by his family's history of immigration. His stories have appeared in prominent literary journals like the Missouri Review and Western Humanities Review, and they have received numerous accolades including a Pushcart Prize nomination, and the Glimmer Train Fiction Open Prize.

His short story collection, Bringing Ararat, was a finalist for the OSU Prize in Fiction and t
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Reader's block- and how fantasy holds a special place for me.

I am an avid reader across many genres. I mostly read fiction, but that includes fantasy, sci-fi, classics, modern literary, Westerns, you name it. I also occasionally delve in non-fiction, short stories, essays, plays, graphic novels, magazine articles newspapers, and- every once in a while- poetry.* I have to admit that I don't read much in the romance genre and rarely touch murder mysteries (al

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Average rating: 3.59 · 95 ratings · 33 reviews · 3 distinct worksSimilar authors
Bringing Ararat

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VampCon

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Short post today- I snuck the term "catch-22" into an email today for my regular day job! I felt so literary!
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Touching Spirit Bear, a YA novel by Ben Mikaelsen. Touching Spirit Bear is a tough-love kind of novel about a teenaged boy who must deal with his uncontrollable anger issues by living alone on a wilderness island in Alaska. We got the book because it ...more
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This novel is one of those narrative that follows a series of people (mostly mothers and daughters) in and around Odessa Texas in the wake of a brutal attack on a young woman.

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Pretty good ending.
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Penultimate chapter.
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“That's our plan? We're going to walk fifty kilometers, right past the Germans, to a poultry collective that maybe didn't get burned down, grab a dozen eggs, and come home?"
"Well, anything would sound ridiculous if said it in that tone of voice."
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“... Mr. Purty has cheered me up. The task he has chosen for himself, of wooing my mother with a bright red pickup truck, a Patsy Cline tape, and a string of malapropisms, is ample justification to me for not taking the world too seriously, its relentless heartbreak notwithstanding… (Richard Russo, Straight Man)”
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“Oh," the girl said, shaking her head. "Don't be so simple. People adore monsters. They fill their songs and stories with them. They define themselves in relation to them. You know what a monster is, young shade? Power. Power and choice. Monsters make choices. Monsters shape the world. Monsters force us to become stronger, smarter, better. They sift the weak from the strong and provide a forge for the steeling of souls. Even as we curse monsters, we admire them. Seek to become them, in some ways." Her eyes became distant. "There are far, far worse things to be than a monster.”
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