Saturday, May 19, 2012

When literary worlds collide. Code for Failure meets the Dead End Follies.

The Ryan Bradley's Code for Failure gets some much kind attention from new acquaintance Benoit Lelievre's Dead End Follies lit blog.

"I was reminded of many artists I loved when reading CODE FOR FAILURE. Kevin Smith being the first. CLERKS was the first big time comedy about over-the-counter jobs. It reminded me of personal hero of mine Henry Rollins, who brings politics to the masses in an entertaining, digestible format. There were echoes of Raymond Carver also. It had everything to charm me. But what made it truly remarkable is that despite that his influences are clear, the ideas are his alone. He is a new voice, a new force to be reckoned with."

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