CATEGORY ARCHIVES: THE BULL INTERVIEW

The BULL Interview: Curtis Dawkins

The BULL Interview: Curtis Dawkins

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“It’s easy to generalize and say the men in prison are representative of the uneducated, no-good, downright evil male. But of course it isn’t that simple more

Dybek Interview

Dybek Interview

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“If you think that writers tend to obsess over youth now, just wait a little longer as the boomers all get to write their obsessing-over-aging storiesmore

The BULL Interview: Allan Gurganus

The BULL Interview: Allan Gurganus

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A piece of the full interview in BULL #3 – Gurganus on fathers, sons, and the Olympic relay that is the fallen worldmore

The BULL Interview: Chuck Klosterman

The BULL Interview: Chuck Klosterman

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Supplementing the full-length interview in BULL #1, Chuck talks about the future of publishingmore

The BULL Interview: Benjamin Percy

The BULL Interview: Benjamin Percy

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“The workbench in my garage is always busy with new ballpeen hammers, chainsaws, oil cansmore

The BULL Interview: Donald Ray Pollock

The BULL Interview: Donald Ray Pollock

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Choice cuts from our cover feature in BULL #2more

The BULL Interview: Frank Bill

The BULL Interview: Frank Bill

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“It’s like people going fishing, you don’t even get the worms out of the ground anymore. You go to the store and buy them. When I was a kid you went and got worms from under a fucking rockmore

The BULL Interview: Adam Schuitema

The BULL Interview: Adam Schuitema

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“Once I realized it was going to be over thirty pages I just said fuck it and decided to let it breathemore

CATEGORY ARCHIVES: BULLSHOT INTERVIEW

BULLshot: Kyle Bilinski

BULLshot: Kyle Bilinski

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“I wanted readers to stumble into stewarding the same way I didMORE

BULLshot: Ryan Lutz

BULLshot: Ryan Lutz

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“Personally, I don’t think there are people who are entirely good or evil—the situational forces that we are born into play a much bigger role than people thinkMORE

BULLshot: Connor Ferguson

BULLshot: Connor Ferguson

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“… when you finally get a chance to use something in your writing, you can stop carrying it around with youMORE

BULLshot: Alan Guzzetti

BULLshot: Alan Guzzetti

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“I take no responsibility for characters who appear as evil, immoral, and depravedMORE

BULLshot: Pete Stevens

BULLshot: Pete Stevens

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“… in those actions, I relived the memory and kept it freshMORE

BULLshot: Matt Briggs

BULLshot: Matt Briggs

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“My personal beliefs, however, are not nearly that consistent. But, my eyes are always brownMORE

BULLshot: Travis M. Kiger

BULLshot: Travis M. Kiger

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“When any one of them is holding court, people are afraid to take a piss because they might miss somethingMORE

BULLshot: Barrett Hathcock

BULLshot: Barrett Hathcock

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“for my own personal nonfictional work, I am committed to being almost completely uselessMORE

BULLshot: Christopher Evans

BULLshot: Christopher Evans

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“No matter how complicated or contrary or cringe-worthy those facts might be, no one can tell you that you didn’t feel themMORE

BULLshot: John Crawford

BULLshot: John Crawford

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“You can’t bullshit a man like that. MORE

BULLshot: John Thorton Williams

BULLshot: John Thorton Williams

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“Male relationships in art, though, make for an entirely different discussion. MORE

BULLshot: Corey Mertes

BULLshot: Corey Mertes

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“No stiff upper lip inhibits the leopard or the crocodile.MORE

BULLshot: Dean Marshall Tuck

BULLshot: Dean Marshall Tuck

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“If the average New Year’s Eve is a lot of build up for nothing, then Y2K had to be 10X nothingMORE

BULLshot: Christopher Sicilliano

BULLshot: Christopher Sicilliano

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“He admits their house is infested with vermin. All signs point to an inevitable conclusion, and not a good oneMORE

BULLshot: McKenzie Hightower

BULLshot: McKenzie Hightower

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“Life is a dark repetitive journey, one that is only punctured by sparks of happiness that bind us to what little we already have even tighter. MORE

BULLshot: Ian Hilgendorf

BULLshot: Ian Hilgendorf

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“I think at one point or another almost everyone loves someone they shouldn’tMORE

BULLshot: John Duncan Talbird

BULLshot: John Duncan Talbird

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“But there’s always hope. Otherwise, every alcoholic would give birth to drunks, every abuser bring up future abusers.MORE

BULLshot: Paul Vega

BULLshot: Paul Vega

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“no matter how “noble” his method of fishing, he is still killingMORE

BULLshot: Casey Pycior

BULLshot: Casey Pycior

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“It’s like a person isn’t allowed to make a mistake any more, at least not publiclyMORE

BULLshot:  Jimmy J. Pack Jr.

BULLshot: Jimmy J. Pack Jr.

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“It’s more of a subtle tortureMORE

BULLshot: Dan Corfield

BULLshot: Dan Corfield

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“Why believe in a god who wants certain people to be drunks?MORE

BULLshot: Tim Dicks

BULLshot: Tim Dicks

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“I wake in the dead quiet of night to find I am inhabiting my body in a way I usually don’t and thinking about large questions”MORE

BULLshot: Gary Percesepe

BULLshot: Gary Percesepe

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The author of this week’s “Wingman” thinks back on jobs he’s loved and lostMORE

BULLshot: Michael Hemmingson

BULLshot: Michael Hemmingson

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“When a person becomes a witness…of a violent crime, their lives are never the same”MORE

BULLshot: Chris Tusa

BULLshot: Chris Tusa

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The author of “Scrabble” on first linesMORE

BULLshot: Anthony Malone

BULLshot: Anthony Malone

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“As for craft – frankly, I wing it.”MORE

BULLshot: Christopher Rosales

BULLshot: Christopher Rosales

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“We live in interesting times for men. Unlike more rigid times in our past, we are free to define manhood as we wish. There is evidence all over today’s pop culture MORE

BULLshot: Charley Henley

BULLshot: Charley Henley

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The author of “The Nazi Method” talks about settingMORE

BULLshot: Matthew Baker

BULLshot: Matthew Baker

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“The best one-letter nicknames are, in order: Z, then K, then B. I’ve been nicknamed both K and B, but never ZMORE

BULLshot: Colin Fleming

BULLshot: Colin Fleming

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The author of “Rimer’s Boots” on researchMORE