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The Wire | Tacky Goblin



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"You're not heartbroken, you're stunned. There's a difference. You don't have enough feelings to be heartbroken."

Joe Meno calls T. Sean Steele's Tacky Goblin (Curbside Splendor 2016) "one of the most original, hilarious, inventive books" he's read. Meno's Hairstyles of the Damned was one of my favorite books when I was younger, so that's high praise in my eyes. I too think Tacky Goblin is totally bizarre and hilarious. It's quick and sharp, and I recommend it.

Posted by Brett Gregory on 22 November, 2016 Curbside Splendor, T. Sean Steele, Tacky Goblin, The Wire | 0 comments
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