SRAWP: Spotted, B.J. Hollars & Michael Martone

Superstition Review editors were happy to catch up with B.J. Hollars, Fiction Issue 6, and Michael Martone, Interview Issue 4.

B.J.’s essay “Fifty Ways Of Looking At Tornadoes” is forthcoming in Quarterly West.

Michael’s new book is Four for a Quarter. It is separated into four sections, with each section further divided into four chapterettes. The book returns again and again to its originating number, making chaos comprehensible and mystery out of the most ordinary.

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One thought on “SRAWP: Spotted, B.J. Hollars & Michael Martone

  • March 2, 2012 at 2:41 am
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    2 for 1 shot; nicely done! And how neat: Martone’s new book sounds very cyclical. Most intriguing.

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