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The Full Stop Reviews Supplement #6

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This issue of the Full Stop Reviews Supplement is about exploring some of the infrastructures of reading.

Unrequited

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Every difficulty slurred over will be a ghost to disturb your repose later on.

Downstream

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…their preoccupations and anxieties were immortalized in objects that would outlive their owners, changing hands over and over until forgotten or discarded.

Notes Toward a Pamphlet

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An excerpt from Notes Toward a Pamphlet by Sergio Chejfec.

A Letter on Justice and Open Debate and r/NBAstreams

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The free exchange of NBA streams, the lifeblood of a liberal society, is daily becoming more constricted.

Telling Stories Through Stories: Intertextuality in Today’s Indie Lit

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The images we see from other media become a part of a language that is deep and intimate.

Podcast #8: eteam & Turner Canty

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A conversation between Turner Canty, a writer and musician based in Oakland, and Franziska Lamprecht and Hajoe Moderegger, better known as eteam.

Descenders To The Merkavah

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Were they ancient abductees? Not exactly. The relation between the experiences described in the Hekhalot literature and those of modern abductees is subtler and more complex than that, with major differences that must be given full weight.

Full Stop Quarterly: Genre Expectations

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This issue of the Full Stop Quarterly is about genre, its limits, and the liberatory potential we discover at the edges of generic forms.

Podcast #7: S. D. Chrostowska & Tamara Faith Berger

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Novelist and critic S. D. Chrostowska discusses her new book, The Eyelid, with fellow novelist Tamara Faith Berger.