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On the Dial | Suite for Barbara Loden

I've probably read more about Barbara Loden and the feature film she wrote and directed, Wanda, than any other actress and movie that I've never actually seen. Next month, our friends at Dorothy are publishing a striking new book by Nathalie Léger that won the 2012 Prix du Livre Inter. Eimear McBride calls it "inventive and affecting," and it absolutely is. It's a book that creeps up on you in a very sudden, surprising way.

Suite for Barbara Loden by Nathalie Leger, Dorothy

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Posted by Eric Obenauf on 12 September, 2016 0 comments |

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    In many ways, Two Dollar Radio launched with the success of Rudolph Wurlitzer's first novel in a quarter-century, The Drop Edge of Yonder, in 2008. After having been out of print for a year+, we couldn't be more excited to... Read more →

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    Vernon Florida (1981) is a documentary produced and directed by Errol Morris profiling various residents living within the panhandle town of Vernon, FL. It was recently added to Netflix, which is fantastic because I've been meaning to watch for a year, as Eric... Read more →