The Perpetual Three-Dot Column
The Perpetual Three-Dot Column
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by Jesse Walker

Friday, October 31, 2003
SELF-PROMOTION: Every now and then I set aside my journalism career, such as it is, and write something that's supposed to be fictional. The latest such story to see the light, titled "A Short History of the Roosterville Poetry Massacre," appears in Polyphony 3, newly published by Wheatland Press. In addition to my modest offering, the anthology includes stories by Barry Malzberg, Michael Bishop, and various other people who are much better-known than I am.

You can order the book from
Amazon, and you can order it directly from the publisher. And, of course, you can fail to order it altogether. Suit yourself.

Meanwhile, the December issue of Reason has just been released. I have three articles in it: a profile of Robert Anton Wilson, an interview with Bob Barr, and a brief bit about how some Ukrainian con artists bilked a bunch of Leninist sects.


posted by Jesse 12:12 PM
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