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March Literary Events

March 5 Some 30 pages into When the Killing's Done, an eco-novel as rewarding as it is frustrating, T.C. Boyle describes the arms of a shipwrecked woman as being like "dead things." Some 130 pages later we get "dead things"…
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Culture, Stage "Food Stories": Feast on Word For Word's Gourmet One-Acts

"Food Stories": Feast on Word For Word's Gourmet One-Acts

It's about time someone staged a play that revealed critics for what they truly are: sexy. Granted, the critic in Sorry Fugu, the first of two short Food Stories, a Word For Word production now at Z Space, isn't a…
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Calendar, Night&Day Boyle-ing Over

Boyle-ing Over

T.C. Boyle’s fiction avoids simple binary distinctions, searching for uneasy truths in highly polarized situations. The approach has given previous works like 1995’s examination of immigration and privilege The Tortilla Curtain a rare sense of nuance. In his latest novel,…
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Calendar, Night&Day Z Owns It

Z Owns It

We love walking around Project Artaud Theater in the low hum of the Mission’s warehouse district, wondering why hardly anybody ever performs there. That’s set to change: Z Space, the organization behind the popular Word for Word literature plays, has…
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News, Dog Bites

Dog Bites

Soylent Green Is People! On day whatever of the power crisis, we still couldn't find an old copy of our electrical bill, so we weren't sure of our rotating outage block designation. But down at the supermarket, the aisles were…
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