Writer: Tim Chilcote

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

BULLshot: Jensen Beach

BULLshot: Jensen Beach

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The author of this week’s “The Dark is What” gives us a few pointers on puzzle buildingmore

BULLshot: Mather Schneider

BULLshot: Mather Schneider

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Cab driver, ex-photo tech, and the author of “Ramirez” muses on the purpose of car pornmore

BULLshot: Chad Simpson

BULLshot: Chad Simpson

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“…it had never occurred to me that I had been doing something ‘creative’ all those years I’d spent out at shortstop, or roaming centerfieldmore

BULLshot: Jeff Kass

BULLshot: Jeff Kass

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The author of “Don’t Mess”—and an English teacher in the trenches—gives us a first-hand look at the current state of high school violence.more

Once Upon a River {of Beer}

Once Upon a River {of Beer}

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On Sunday BULL made a road trip to Kalamazoo, Michigan for the release party of Bonnie Jo Campbell’s Once Upon a Rivermore

A Salute to Arnošt Lustig

A Salute to Arnošt Lustig

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Czech author Arnošt Lustig died last week. Lustig was a renowned Jewish writer, teacher, friend of Czech authors and dignitaries, and a Holocaust survivor. During his 84 years, Arnošt witnessed the worst of men, yet chose to defy sadness and anger by living as happily and humbly as he could. His fiction and his lifemore

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

Michigan Fiction for Men (not Hemingway)

Michigan Fiction for Men (not Hemingway)

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Jim Harrison appeared on my radar about two years ago when my father-in-law recommended True North, which turned out to be one of my favorite books of all-time. I immediately went on to read almost all of Harrison’s works. Though on the surface Harrison would seem to be comparable to Hemingway – rural Michigan, fishing,more