Articles by: Justin Taylor

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Where the Bird Sings Best

Where the Bird Sings Best

By ALEJANDRO JODOROWSKY

An iconoclast film director takes on his strangest adventure yet: charting his family’s heritage, with a dose of magic along the way.

Posted by × April 1, 2015 ×

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Making Nice

Making Nice

By MATT SUMELL

A novel-in-stories of a young Long Island misanthrope hits like a punch, with biting wit at an antic pace. Review by Justin Taylor.

Posted by × February 18, 2015 ×

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Against the Country

Against the Country

By BEN METCALF

A wild portrait of an angry man brings vigorous laughs and a wry vision of the American heartland.

Posted by × January 21, 2015 ×

GUEST BOOKS

The Lay of the Land

The Lay of the Land

Flings author Justin Taylor on finding a sense of place in four books which whisk readers “away to a place you’ve never been before.”

Posted by × August 26, 2014 ×