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Colin Winnette – Haints Stay

Colin Winnette’s Haints Stay  (Two Dollar Radio) is a western like you’ve never read before. The book follows Brooke and Sugar, who we meet at the start of the book in a manner that will seem familiar to anyone who’s encountered the genre before. “They had finished a job,” Winnette writes. “They were empties of

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May 23, 2016

Berit Ellingsen – Not Dark Yet

Not Dark Yet by Berit Ellingsen wants to take you places. Published by the Ohio-based Two Dollar Radio, the story moves from the city to the country, flirts with the stars and all the space in between, and takes short jaunts back to the city. Setting plays an important role, a wonderful success of Ellingsen’s prose

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November 30, 2015

Jeff Wood – The Glacier

Jeff Wood’s cinematic debut novel, The Glacier (Two Dollar Radio) unfolds during a turn-of-the-millenium construction boom, as Midwestern forests and fields are transformed into superstores, corporate centers, and endless suburban housing developments. The destruction of one landscape to make way for another is rendered in visceral, atmospheric prose, and Wood’s characters, a land surveyor with

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October 26, 2015

Anne Marie Wirth Cauchon – Nothing

Late Night New York, hosted by Emily Yoon This month we feature Anne Marie Wirth Cauchon, author of the debut novel Nothing. Set in the badlands of Montana, the novel flings the reader into the unforgiving landscape traversed by Ruth and James, two young outlaws each seeking their own version of escape. The New York Times

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June 12, 2014

Rookie Report: Caroline Beasley-Baker and Anne Marie Wirth Cauchon

Caroline Beasley-Baker | For Lack of Diamond Years |  Pelekinesis November, 2013 fate/a conversation with a friend (sonora) i’ve spent a little over 20 years in the desert —lost in the declensions of pattern and detail: no great love or hope of it — no real success in the world to hold me in good

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November 15, 2013

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