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The Wire | Jeff Jackson



Jeff Jackson is the author of the "piercing howl of a book," Mira Corpora, which we published in 2013. The novel charts the journey of a young runaway. A coming-of-age story for people who hate coming-of-age stories, featuring a colony of outcast children, teenage oracles, amusement parks haunted by gibbons, mysterious cassette tapes, and a reclusive underground rockstar. Mira Corpora =

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On Sunday, July 23, he tweeted something that really struck a chord with me:

"Your art should make your friends wonder who the fuck you are."

Posted by Brett Gregory on 25 July, 2017 Jeff Jackson, The Wire | 0 comments
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