TMR 20.5: “Bubble in My Fizziness” [MULLIGAN STEW]

Wacky Aphorisms vs. Cowboy Clichés. A title change that indicates a change in attitude. A bizarre publisher’s catalog. The Red Swan. More letters! This section of Mulligan Stew is jam packed with fun riffs, more evidence of the intricate construction underlying this book, paranoia, puzzle pieces, and anger.

This week’s music is “Bad, Bad Leroy Brown” by Jim Croce.

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Tune in next week for “Nameless Shamelessness,” which will cover up to page 395 (new edition; 336 in the older ones).

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The large image associated with this post, “cowboy,” is copyrighted by Anthony Easton.

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