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B.C. Edwards


In his own words, Milo Burke, the quasi-anti-hero of Sam Lipsyte’s novel, The Ask, is “A man with many privileges and zero skills.” An impotent and spineless everyman, Milo is reflected time and  again in the characters he encounters throughout The Ask, widening his despair and our own.

BEN MIROV'S Ghost Machine

It is impossible to talk about any one piece in Ben Mirov’s Ghost Machine—due for its second printing this November by CakeTrain Press—without talking about this impressive collection as a whole. The poetry paints a portrait of the artist at a hyper-specific moment in his life.


The Brooklyn Rail

OCT 2021

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