No Solid Ground : Conor Stechschulte’s “Generous Bosom,” Part Three


Ryan C.'s Four Color Apocalypse

Note : Here’s another review recently done for Daniel Elkin’s Your Chicken Enemy website. This one went through several changes and revisions along the way, and is presented here in its “first-draft” stage in order for you, should you desire, to do the old “compare-and-contrast” thing. Personally, I like both versions quite a bit, but I do think the final version is more lean, concise, and smartly-presented, no question. As always, the power of a good editor should never be underestimated!

The “final version,” should you have the time and/or inclination to give it a whirl, is available for your edification here : http://www.danielelkin.com/2018/08/no-solid-ground-ryan-carey-reviews.html

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Where do your ideas come from?

It’s the most basic question, of course, and one that all novelists, artists, filmmakers, poets, and cartoonists (among others) hear all the time. I would imagine it must get pretty frustrating — after all, it’s both the easiest and…

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One response to “No Solid Ground : Conor Stechschulte’s “Generous Bosom,” Part Three

  1. Pingback: Lisa’s Week In Review: 8/27/18 — 9/2/18 | Through the Shattered Lens

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