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Month: April 2012

A Review of Light without Heat

“Light without Heat is, at once, a collection that is relentlessly engaged with the possibilities of form and language, while also deeply invested in matters of universal importance: of love, of purpose, of life, of death. As such, even those readers who are not typically interested in innovative and experimental fiction will likely find much of interest in Mr. Kirkpatrick’s marvelous debut.”

Robert Kloss reviewed Light without Heat at Necessary Fiction!

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A few readings….

I’ll be reading from Light without Heat this week in Pennsylvania and DC:

Wednesday, April 18th
Red Weather Reading Series
111 Chambers Bldg. @ 7:35 on the PSU University Park campus

Friday, April 20th
Johns Hopkins Alumni Reading
6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m (I believe the reading will start around 7, after some wine/cheese time)
Johns Hopkins DC Center
1717 Massachusetts Ave., NW

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