selected unpublished blog posts of a mexican panda express employee by Megan Boyle will be published 15 Nov 2011. It is 96 pages, perfect bound, printed on 100% recycled paper. The cover features Luna Miguel.
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“There’s something handheld about this story. I’m not sure what I mean by that. Maybe I do. First, the camera angle I see it from is like a stylized home movie. Second, the story holds other story’s hands. I can’t help thinking of the movie Mumblecore where Megan Boyle and Tao Lin, newlywedded, scamper and grin at one another. It’s clear here that these two hold hands, intimating and imitating each other. Third, the story is sort of about the situation of holding hands. There’s intimacy, closeness, and silly/timid love, yes, but there’s also an awkward, sweaty heat when you hold hands with someone, like its August in Arkansas between your palms, and it feels weird to keep holding hands even though it felt good before, and so you don’t know when to stop.” — Full Stop re Megan Boyle’s “Little Rock”