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Allow me to be a bit provocative. Normally with my posts, I tend write about the merits of various books that I’ve read, often making subliminal references to H.P. Lovecraft throughout.  But this time, I want to delve into something different, notably something seemingly systemic (you’re welcome for that alliteration). My generation doesn’t read books.  […]

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Halloween and Hardware

With this week’s post, I won’t be writing about a single book in particular, but rather about an author.  And that author is none other than the brilliant Kurt Vonnegut, who died (to my, and likely his, chagrin) over two years ago.  Vonnegut has been on my mind for about a week or so, ever […]

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