--- In email@example.com, Busted Flush Press <bustedflushpress@...> wrote:
> Not sure if anyone's posted this yet (if so, sorry for the duplication), but University of Chicago -- which is reprinting all of Stark's Parker books -- interviewed Donald Westlake last year: http://www.press.uchicago.edu/Misc/Chicago/westlake_interview.html . THE MOURNER, THE SCORE, and THE JUGGER were reprinted last week.
Thanks. I'm glad this important reprint project is continuing. One can look forward to Parker being studied alongside Marlowe, Josef K., Benny Profane and other heroes of "our time". Our time must be pretty long, or old, since Kafka is still considered "modern". What gives?
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