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HEY By Ricky Garni
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Lunar fingernails and Eliot Ness has a pun for a wife. Saved by a man that only looks like Walter Matthau and donuts named after elegant British tea services. Funeral suits with bullet holes and New... More > York City becomes a woodwind instrument. Pat Sajak answers in Spanish and lessons on how to spell the wind. All of this, and anything beyond it, dedicated now and for good to the eternal memory of the gentle Faye Hunter.< Less
VIA By Ricky Garni
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VIA is a book in transit that travels between two small places and includes as much as it can, while never neglecting to eat a sound meal. By sound meal I mean of course potatoes, sweet peas just... More > like the song, ol' man strawberries, chocolate covered coconuts and the mangos of Mao. It also poses the conundrum: do omelettes taste better when spelled 'omelet'? Not surprisingly, VIA does not solve this conundrum. Of conundrums, it seldom does. But it certainly likes to pose with them.< Less
Wowed by Lard By Ricky Garni
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This book contains the following words: kennel, murder, cigars, seahorses, volleyball, pinstripe, nutmeg, knee-slapping, hand-tinted, fez, 440, splendid, fudge, butterknife, fervent desires, moose,... More > divorce, krinkle, mermaid, giant peach, gumball, mandrake, goddamn it, sweet potatoes, raviolum - as well as the following proper nouns: Wood Argus, Abraham Lincoln, McDonalds, Budweiser, Peter Lorre, Merv Griffin, Crisco, Ivy, Aunt Trudy, Carnation Instant Breakfast, Oobleck, Chateau Beaucastel and of course, Anne Fishbein.< Less
10022 By Ricky Garni
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10022 is the winter completion of the writings and letters of 2017. I mean, my writings and letters. In fact, I really like letters a lot these days, not mine necessarily, but letters and of course... More > postcards are the best, especially the old ones which can be so tender. There is something so sad and wonderful about someone describing the weather in San Francisco on one sunny June day to someone in Virginia when you think “Does anyone remember this day? This postcard? This person?” Someone does, and that’s the wonderful part: it is not us and we will never know. Will we?< Less

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