A SENTENCE BY KATHERINE DUNN

July 26, 2016

Draped with a few dead rodents she could slip unsuspected into cucumber luncheons. This is one of the milder offerings from amazingly great and bizarre Geek Love.

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A SENTENCE BY ANNIE PROULX

July 16, 2016

From its highest crag fell a waterfall no wider than three inches, wrinkling the pool below. – from Barkskins Way to wrinkle that pool, Annie!

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A SENTENCE BY HORACE McCOY

July 9, 2016

‘I may as well walk on down to Western,’ she said; and we began to walk on down to Western. – This noir beauty of a sentence is from ‘They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?’.

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VIEW FROM TRAIN

June 25, 2016
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BONUS CHANDLER SENTENCE

June 12, 2016

She looked playful and eager, but not quite sure of herself, like a new kitten in a house where they don’t much care about kittens. – Lady In The Lake

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JOURNEY

June 11, 2016

For the next two weeks the loon will spend the majority of his time in one of these.

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SIMILE

June 8, 2016

Love is like a blind rhinoceros crashing around bumping into trees.

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STONE WALL AND LAVENDER FROTH

June 4, 2016
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DOROTHY DOES IT AGAIN

May 24, 2016

Mrs. Parker produced the most perfect description of glamorous Ziegfeld showgirls ever with the final two words of the following sentence from her review of a show: Aside from the occasional mention, Cinderella figures only in the title and as an excuse for bringing in a colossal slipper which swings slowly apart to disclose a […]

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SCENE

May 21, 2016

A triffid peeks from behind the lime-hued leaves.

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