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Stronger Than a Speeding Bullet

Comment of the week!

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Here is a new thing we are going to be doing: Comment of the week! Winner gets a free Nextbook Press book that is thematically appropriate to his or her comment (provided he or she emails me at with his or her mailing address).

This week’s winner is “Michael,” who wrote, in response to the news that contributing editor Joshua Cohen’s novel Witz came closest to stopping a bullet, “Neither reader nor bullet can make it through Witz.”

“Michael” will receive a copy of David Mamet’s The Wicked Son, though he might also enjoy Mamet’s Three Uses of the Knife.

The Wicked Son [Nextbook Press]
Earlier: Which Book Can (Almost) Stop a Bullet?

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Hi everybody, what’s up?

For my prize, I’ll take a copy of the Kafka/Nachman book. Thanks Marc! xoxo

(I’m not kidding, I want that book.)


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