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More Than Noise
Craig O'Hara's "The Philosophy of Punk." [10-25-99]
— Mary Walling Blackburn, WEEKLY ALIBI

'Open Range and Parking Lots'
Virgil Hancock is very good at documenting our everyday downfall, but many images don't pack enough punch. [10-04-99]
— Mary Walling Blackburn, WEEKLY ALIBI

'flatnessisgod'
Large on example and spare on text. [09-27-99]
— Mary Walling Blackburn, WEEKLY ALIBI

Historical Romance
Despite brief nods to labor party politics, the suffragette movement and colonial rule, "Cinnamon Gardens" bears all the markings of a historical romance. [09-13-99]
— Mary Walling Blackburn, WEEKLY ALIBI

Betty Fusell's 'The Story of Corn'
Pages of corn fact fun, corn industry history, and the spiritual uses of corn in indigenous cultures. [08-30-99]
— Mary Walling Blackburn, WEEKLY ALIBI

Speed Reader
"Fredy Neptune: A Novel in Verse" by Les Murray. "Stronger in the Broken Places" by Sheila Cowing. "The Emerald City" by Daniel Willis. "Who's Irish?" by Gish Jen. [08-16-99]
— Mary Walling Blackburn, Dorothy Cole, Ann Peterpaul, A. Sampson, WEEKLY ALIBI

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