Monday, August 18, 2008

Maneuverability problems

Brooklyn two-headed turtle heist.


  1. "In the wild they would have zero chance. In captivity most die within a few days of birth."

    Turtle pellets must be broken into two pieces or the two heads will fight over the food.

    Clearly, two heads not better....

  2. Dear Jenny,

    Keith Lee Morris, a writer of remarkable skill, has brought the Western
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    Please reply with your mailing address and I will send you a review copy. If
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    Thanks for your time,

    Deborah Jayne
    Director of Publicity
    Tin House Books
    503-219-0622 ext. 17

    The Dart League King (978-0-9794198-8-1; $14.95; October 2008) Russell
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    Keith Lee Morris is an associate professor of English and creative writing
    at Clemson University. His short stories have been published in A Public
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    The Sun, and the Georgia Review, among other publications. The University of
    Nevada published his first two books: The Greyhound Gods (2003) and The Best
    Seats in the House (2004). He lives in Clemson, South Carolina.

  3. Jenny-

    I am so sorry to have left marketing copy in the comments of your site--it was not my intention. I apologize for the mix-up.