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Bookshelf: Helen & Troy’s Epic Road Quest

Helen & Troy’s Epic Road Quest is Percy Jackson written for adults with ironic senses of humor. Helen is a minotauress, with the usual challenges: she’s big, she’s awkward, she breaks things, she sheds. Troy is her annoyingly perfect (although, … Continue reading

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Bookshelf: James Owen

James Owen is a storyteller of a particular kind. In the same way that Bob Dylan is a troubadour / balladist wielding¬†an ancient tradition of lines, tropes, structures, and concerns, Owen walks as a sort of guide to, shuffler, reinventor, … Continue reading

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