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Polaroids of Dorothy

A haunting story for Halloween.

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We asked Portland novelist Jemiah Jefferson to give our readers goosebumps for All Hallows' Eve. Jefferson is the author of three critically acclaimed vampire novels: Voice of the Blood, Wounds and Fi ...   More
Wednesday, October 26, 2005 Jemiah Jefferson

Spite Club

Chuck Palahniuk's latest happily offers a gore-fest.

When picking up any Chuck Palahniuk novel, it's enjoyable to turn first to the sick/funny library cataloging description. Here's what you get for the Portland writer's latest, Haunted: "1. Artists - F ...   More
Wednesday, May 25, 2005 Jemiah Jefferson


The rarest magic is hidden within the mundane, and the poems in Chris Cottrell's chapbook [luvthrong] struggle to reveal the profound beauty tucked away in your lover's morning breath, love-aborted su ...   More
Wednesday, January 12, 2005 Jemiah Jefferson

Hammer and Style

After hitting book charts with his first novel, Colson Whitehead has hammered out a strong second book.

Colson Whitehead's first book, The Intuitionist, reshuffled reality to bring us an amazingly witty and complex tale about, of all things, pre-Civil Rights race relations and elevator inspectors i ...   More
Wednesday, June 13, 2001 Jemiah Jefferson
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