Monday, August 21, 2017

FROM THE ARCHIVES: "Thanks, Breece" an essay on Breece D'J Pancake @ MadHat Lit



The above quote is from Pancake's immortal story "Trilobites" and it's the perfect compressed expression of the loneliness inherent in his fiction. The man was a force of nature. I wrote about him at length at MadHat Lit a couple years ago. Following the essay there's also an interview with me, if you're interested in that sort of thing.

Read the essay "THANKS, BREECE"

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