Jamie Grefe

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  1. Peckinpah: Narrative as the Ember of the Nightmare of Life

     

    Thoughts on D. Harlan Wilson’s Peckinpath: An Ultraviolent Romance entitled (as taken from Wilson’s text) “Narrative as the Ember of Nightmare of Life.

    Thank you for reading.

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  2. DIEGESES by D. Harlan Wilson /// A Review or Pigmeat

    D. Harlan Wilson’s DIEGESES destroyed my Saturday evening in the best possible way. I wrote a review about it, but how can one write a review of a book that baffles all of one’s mental models? I suffered. I clawed my teeth out to bring you some words to somehow measure up to Wilson’s brilliance, but I have been known to fall flat and my face is now officially a smear campaign for mothmen. With this in mind, from my small part of the world, I thank you for taking the time to read my review.