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The Wire | Mickey



Chelsea Martin | Radio Waves

From Chelsea Martin's, Mickeypublished by Curbside Splendor:

WE MAY HAVE GOTTEN AHEAD OF OURSELVES.

THIS ISN'T ART UNTIL SOMEONE HAS PAID FOR IT.

Mickey is a sharp yet relaxed novella dealing with the struggles of heartbreak and creativity in the age of the Internet. I particularly enjoyed this tongue-in-cheek cynicism.
Posted by Brett Gregory on 13 September, 2016 Chelsea Martin, Curbside Splendor, Mickey | 0 comments
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