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Writing That Risks These Twenty Nine Authors Break Rules And Bend Genres Inspired By Literary Risk Takers Like Italo Calvino, Margaret Atwood, And Junot Diaz, They Are Award Winning And Emerging Writers From Around The World Ranging From Surreal To Experimental, Fabulist To Slipstream, These Works Marry Imagination With Meaning To Create Fiction, Poetry, And Nonfiction That Is Provocative And Fresh In These Pages, You Ll Meet The Mother Of A Shape Shifting Kindergartener, A Drug Mule In Communion With An Ancient God, And A Woman Made To Feel Through Her Husband S Skin Open The Book And Join Us On An Adventure Into The Unexpected And Wondrous.Contributors AJbishop, Catie Jarvis, Christina Olson, Dan Sklar, David Ellis Dickerson, Edmund Zagorin, Erin Fitzgerald, Jenny Bitner, Joanne M Clarkson, John Newman, J Nathan Lyons, Jordan Reynolds, LaTasha N Nevada Diggs, Libby Hart, Mariev Finnegan, Michelle S Lee, Molly English, Norman Lock, Olga Zilberbourg, Patrick Cole, Rachel Yoder, Robert Neilson, Sharif Shakhshir, Soren Gauger, Steve Castro, Thia Li Colvin, Wendy Patrice Williams, XTx, Zach Powers

[KINDLE] ❃ Writing That Risks  By Liana Holmberg – Brazilianportuguesetranslator.us
  • Paperback
  • 214 pages
  • Writing That Risks
  • Liana Holmberg
  • English
  • 17 March 2017
  • 098942510X

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  1. says:

    This much anticipated anthology did not disappoint, presenting one glimpse after another into the mind of a strange thinker, which I d say are hands down the most refreshing and enlarging minds to glimpse.I most loved the fiction some of which was seriously repellent I kept having to put down Patrick Cole s It Happened to Paul Sescau, a story in which a character s anxieties about purpose and meaning manifest themselves physically as how to put it without giving the story away a b This much anticipated anthology did not disappoint, presenting one glimpse after another into the mind of a strange thinker, which I d say are hands down the most refreshing and enlarging minds to glimpse.I most loved the fiction some of which was seriously repellent I kept having to put down Patrick Cole s It Happened to Paul Sescau, a story in which a character s anxieties about purpose and meaning manifest themselves physically as how to put it without giving the story away a booger on steroids The author brilliantly evoked the protagonist s anxiety in this reader, and I m certain this is not a story that any editor would inflict on any but the edgiest, riskophilic readership Don t shy away Edmund Zagorin s A Dream of the Aztec weaves together a similarly acute mix of anxieties Will drug filled balloons in the young protagonist s bell...


  2. says:

    Reviewed in Trop Magazine by Lauren Eggert Crowe Highlights What does it mean to risk, and what is being risked Loss of readership Alienation Revulsion Getting lost in translation I would argue that the twenty nine writers of Writing That Risks go straight towards those precise edges, and I would argue still that some hope to careen off of them The result is a fresh, sometimes...


  3. says:

    Some stories and poems in this collection work better than others, but the good ones are great Minnows , The Stork , and We Love Shapes were particular highlights.

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