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A Few Strange New Hybridities in Literature

Of late, my rather strange and serpentine reading habits have yielded up examples of what might be called literary hybridities, where genres and styles work to subsume or coalesce. Of course, such genre bending is not even remotely new but … Continue reading

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The Groundlings of Divine Will

Originally posted on Tears in the Fence:
Daniel Staniforth’s The Groundlings of Divine Will (Skylight Press 2013) http://www.skylightpress.co.uk sees Shakespeare’s first audience, ‘the groundlings of the pit’, as a secret society addressing the Master Of Revels in a glorious riposte…

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The Passenger by Richard Froude

Identity is so often bound up in where we’ve been, where we’re going, and where we are.  Basho once said something to the effect that man travels around seeking so much that the journey itself becomes home.  This is never … Continue reading

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Richard Froude on Skylight Press

Richard Froude is an up-and-coming British poet-novelist, an erstwhile Bristolian now living and working in Colorado, USA.   Although adopted by an enthusiastic Denver poetry community, Froude still has a bit of the old West Country charm about him and makes … Continue reading

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