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"Bring Us the Head of the Velveteen Rabbit" presents over 80 funny, insightful, and sometimes poignant essays about the ways we and our fellow humans navigate the ass kickings delivered by life. McCurry flings relentless jabs of sarcasm at our daily lives, with the ferocity only possible from someone who deep down loves his target. These
ebook, 322 pages
Published November 13th 2011 by Infinite Monkeys Publishing
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Bill McCurry was born in Fort Worth, Texas and now lives thirty-five miles away in Dallas, Texas. That short distance produces more divergence than one might think. If both cities were apples, Dallas would be sliced and resting on a bed of arugula and kale with some nice vinaigrette, while Fort Worth would be sitting in a bin at the Farmer’s Market behind a sign that reads, “These are good old app ...more