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Wednesday, October 12, 2005

The latest by Walter Mosley

Ahh, I love Walter Mosley's work. His words, his characters. I can't wait to see Easy in SF.
I am ashamed to say, I'm not at all familiar with the book that won Man Booker. Thoughts?

As I revise my own novel, I've just finished Exquisite Corpse by Poppy Z. Brite and am still going through Slaughterhouse-Five. Corpse is intriguing; I admire her use of words, finding beauty in the grotesque. I'm glad it's not being made into a movie, though (it was in the process of being optioned, but she put the kibosh on the deal). Either it would be tame and lame, or it would be unwatchable.


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