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Excerpt from The Drop Edge of Yonder

Read an excerpt from Rudolph Wurlitzer's masterpiece, The Drop Edge of Yonder, soon to be back in print.

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Posted by Eric Obenauf on 23 February, 2017 0 comments |
The Novel of Bullshit is Dead

Earlier this year we signed a contract extension for The Drop Edge of Yonder, so stay tuned for a hot new edition of that novel. Combined with all the interest abroad, and a killer profile at VICE last year, it goes to show the vitality and endurance that Wurlitzer's work has. Which is really incredible to be a part of.

Rudolph Wurlitzer, author of Nog, Flats, Quake, The Drop Edge of Yonder (Two Dollar Radio)

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Posted by Eric Obenauf on 18 March, 2016 0 comments |

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    I recently had the pleasure of grabbing lunch with author of The Glacier, editor at the Berlin Quarterly, and star of The Removals —Jeff Wood—where we discussed Nicholas Rombes' project, "Lost Signals." "The Lost Signals Collection is an archive of speculative texts, images,... Read more →

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