RARA-AVIS: Re: Mississippi Review High Pulp Issue

From: Dave Zeltserman ( davezelt@comcast.net)
Date: 14 Jan 2005

> I read Bruen and Gischler and liked them both, but Charlie
Stella's story
> is something else again. A nuanced consideration of moral
> compartmentalization. And the longest story to keep me engaged on
> computer screen. Very subtle. Very complex. Very good.
> Looking forward to dipping into the rest of that issue.
> Best
> Kerry Schooley

The standout piece in this issue IMHO is Craig McDonald's The Last Interview.

-Dave Z.

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