Posts Tagged: the four fingers of death

Rick Moody: “Writers are more desperate than at any time since I’ve been watching.”

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In an interview with Big Think, Rumpus columnist Rick Moody says Writers are more “desperate” than they used to be, and, fearing they won’t be published at all, are trying to fit their writing into ever-more-rigid conventional contemporary formats. “My former students who are out there now trying to get published are having trouble on […]

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Eric Raymond on Why He Should Get A Free Copy of Rick Moody’s The Four Fingers of Death

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July 28th marks the return of Rick Moody from another deep space tour of novel writing.  Whenever I hear Moody is on track to make it back, I feel a mix of anticipation and apprehension.  It’s akin to how one feels watching futuristic films, waiting for the appearance again of a well-known astronaut, who, having […]

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John Francisconi on why he deserves an advance copy of Rick Moody’s Four Fingers of Death

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I saw Rick Moody read at the James Merrill House in Stonington, CT a year or so ago. He read two stories, the first about a New England family, not unlike those that call Stonington their home, out on their boat, drinking their daiquiris, or something. The small audience lapped it up. The predominant hair […]

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One more post about Rick Moody (Or, why we’re giving Richard Hutzler a copy of Rick Moody’s forthcoming novel The Four Fingers of Death)

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Richard Hutzler writes: Thank you for the opportunity to apply for an advanced copy of The Four Fingers of Death. I’ve been trying to imagine how silly/wild I might get for this e-mail as my argument why I should receive a copy…but it’s 104 degrees here in New York City and even with the air […]

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