Liber ‘LXIII – A Crypto-Qabalistic Re-Mythologizing of the JFK Assassination

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Author’s Introduction: Far be it from me to shush complaints that boomers are too much with us late and soon, remaining on the stage and at the levers of power after they should have pocketed the ...

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Vandegrift’s Fortune

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Once Upon a Time in a Parking Lot...

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Colombian Corridors

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Juan Gabriel Vasquez. The Shape of the Ruins. Translated from the Spanish by Anne McLean. ...

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A Girl’s Guide to the Dark Arts

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Is it not written on the sandals of the prostitute—follow me? —Austin Osman Spare...

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The Vautrin Summer 2022 Dossier: What Kind of Mojo Do You Seek?

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This adventure begins with a wasp. It’s sunny and hot. You’re standing in the driveway, trading...

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Call for Submissions – Vautrin Summer 2022

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Don’t aim. Just shoot. (Jim Carroll even riffed on it in Forced Entries.) Vautrin is open to...

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A Preview of Saira Viola’s New Hollywood Novel, “Smoke Show”

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By Todd Robins / Think of what’s compelling about literary noir.  It depends on the...

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‘Mr Inbetween’: The Best Noir Show You’re (Probably) Not Watching

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By Nick Kolakowski / “The criminal struggling with his conscience” is one of the most enduring...

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Walker on Rue Saint-Denis, an Excerpt from “Love and Bullets,” By Nick Kolakowski

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Walker spent a few days in a trailer-park motel on the rim of Hudson Bay, seventy loonies a week...

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“Sally Jiggs,” An Excerpt from The Boy from County Hell, By Thomas Pluck

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Mosca’s was a white house with a pitched roof and a sign so small Jay blew past and had to double...

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