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Microserfs Up!

I finally finished my re-read of Microserfs by Douglas Coupland.  I read it the first time over a decade-and-a-half ago: once I read one of Coupland’s novels, I had to read them all.  I re-read another Coupland novel, Eleanor Rigby, … Continue reading

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A Tale of Time

I’m about 30 pages into Chuck Klosterman’s The Nineties.  Klosterman is one of my favorite non-fiction writers, especially when it comes to American pop culture.  The book looks to be a 300-page dissection of what it was like to live … Continue reading

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TV Sitcom in a Coma

It’s not every day that one of your favorite books becomes a television sitcom.  This, of course, is probably a good thing. When word got out that NBC was developing Nick Hornby’s About a Boy into a television show, I … Continue reading

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Donald Miller, Douglas Coupland, and Inauguration

I WAS QUITE PLEASED to see that Donald Miller had posted a blog entry about the Inauguration.  I was more than pleasantly surprised when I discovered that his post spoke well of Douglas Coupland’s Life after God, a series of … Continue reading

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