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Tag: Montague Kobbé

Montague Kobbé: The Making of On the Way Back

To celebrate the upcoming release of On the Way Back by Montague Kobbé, we’re pleased to feature a statement from the author on the lifetime of inspiration that led up to the author’s hilarious new novel.

“El Silbón” by Montague Kobbé

It was all because of the squeal of the windshield wiper. Not the rumbling racket it made as it stammered back along the pane. No, that wasn’t so bad. But the squeal on the way down—shrill, insistent, bleak. Who could stand that shit? . . .

Dispatch from the Anguilla Lit Fest

Two weeks ago, managing editor Johanna Ingalls participated as a panelist at the Anguilla Lit Fest in the Lower Antilles and came back smitten with the fair.


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