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  • The Thirteenth Month

    Colin Hamilton

    The Thirteenth Month is a multiverse of mirrors and infinite texts spanning the inevitable labyrinth that exists between a young man’s books and his reality. It belongs in the company of Borges, Pessoa and Schulz, the very writers Hamilton admires, all the while cleverly disguised as an Iowan’s bildungsroman. One reads this novel relishing its refined narrative pleasures as much as its intricate patterns and resonant allusions.

    --Elizabeth McKenzie, author of The Portable Veblen

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