J.w. Mccormack

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Sacred Folly: on Romain Gary’s The Kites and Promise at Dawn by J.W. McCormack
Romain Gary Banner

A rediscovered novel and memoir depict a character we are lucky to have on the page. In life he would mortify us.

California, Failed Experiment by J.W. McCormack
Claire Vaye Watkins 1

The title of Claire Vaye Watkins’s first novel, Gold Fame Citrus, names just three of California’s historic exports. It’s a list to which, just for fun, we might add surfing, In-N-Out Burger, health fads, The Doors, cults, and—at least lately—post-apocalyptic novels.

Ned Beauman by J.W. McCormack
Karl Nicholason 1

Read, rave, and research.

Jason Schwartz by J.W. McCormack

Household archeology, bygone telephone etiquette, townball, and the teasing sepulcher that is John the Posthumous.

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