Thursday, August 20, 2009

Hamilton. Davis. Wilson. The July ml press trifectorate is in the house. Technically, its in the office, but that just doesn't flow right, you know?

Uh-huh. We got new ml press love in the mail and we are quite pleased, or is it sated? Not sure, but its probably not sated, because we are never sated when it comes to reading. Anyway, we have the July trio - so dark in the wolf's maw by kevin wilson, where we go when we leave by craig davis and from the hip by TBWCYL, Inc. favorite mary hamilton - all of which include references to knives among other things and, like their predecessors in this fine series, are short on dialogue and long on mood, vibe and tone. Very Tylerian in other words and good stuff all-around for sure. We would add, that if you just cannot get enough Hamilton, and who can, we ran a fine inauguration-centric piece of hers in This Zine Will Change Your Life, which like the work of ml press just might change your life.

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