I just learned that Spencer Dew has written a new review of Box Cutters; it appears in the March issue of decomP magazine.
Dew’s comments are humbling:
This opening story shows Snoek-Brown at the height of power, mastering the sort of casual, interior ramble that puts us, as readers, inside the skull and soul of someone that sounds like flesh and blood and warts and dimples.
This warped use of the known, the everyday recurs in the stories collected within this chapbook—ingenious curlicues of thought
Thanks so much to Spencer Dew, and to decomP magazine.
Want to buy Box Cutters? Check sunnyoutside press, Powells.com, or Amazon. (And if you live in the Portland area, you can find it at Reading Frenzy on Mississippi.)
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He’s not wrong.