Snipping Knots and Getting Somewhere: Short Comments on “Good Old Neon,” a Not-So-Short Short Story by David Foster Wallace, by Elias Keller

Four years before his suicide in 2008, David Foster Wallace published his final story collection, Oblivion, which includes eight pieces ranging in length from three pages to about sixty. Unlike his earlier Brief Interviews with Hideous Men collection, there’s no thematic linkage throughout Oblivion, which makes the stories easier to critique singularly, and often singled

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A Conversation with Dawn A. Fuller

An interview by Alicia Cole

Dawn A. Fuller is a Hungarian-American writer who grew up in the desolate, desperately hot, and nearly-forgotten Imperial Valley. She currently lives in Pasadena, California. When she isn’t writing, she enjoys shameless hours of book collecting and spending time with her best friends—her mom and dad. Dawn’s work has been

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