Lola, California: A Novel
Dear literate ones,
Some six months ago, I wrote this piece for a folio for the enigmatic Conversational Reading, the intelligent blog run by Scott Esposito, considering DFW in his book of essays. See what you think. http://conversationalreading.com/the-quarterly-converstion-issue-24/
may I also recommend this book to you?
Daughters of the Revolution
Even if she weren't a friend, I would still love her writing.
Next week, excitingly enough, the songs composed in/around LOLA, by Kevin Salem, come out, available online for free.
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