Category Archives: Literary Quotes

Sniperlit | Donald Ray Pollock

  “Four hundred or so people lived in Knockemstiff in 1957, nearly all of them connected by blood through one godforsaken calamity or another, be it lust or necessity or just plain ignorance.”   ~ The Devil All The Time  … Continue reading

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Warning: Wrongless Writer Wednesday; Or W:WWW

Welcome to the 2nd “Warning: Wrongless Writer Wednesday” (or “W:WWW“) blog post. Today I look at the following existentialist in his prime: THE MYTH OF SISYPHUS by Albert Camus This a book of earlier, philosophical essays concerned with the essential … Continue reading

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Warning: Wrongless Writer Wednesday; Or W:WWW

I am launching a new weekly Wednesday blog series (tentatively) called “Warning: Wrongless Writer Wednesday” or “W:WWW” for short. There is no real rule I am going to keep that will confine me (or anyone else) to certain topics or … Continue reading

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