I Wish There was Something I Could Quit

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Last Gasp, 2006 - Fiction - 103 pages
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"In this novel, Laura is in the middle of a torrid affair with the trains that pass on the tracks at the end of her block. The trains are carrying weapons destined for the front lines of America's latest war, and Laura can't rest until she's consummated the affair by blowing one up! She plots and plans but meanwhile, the trains keep right on coming, haunting her."--Publisher's website.

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Aaron Cometbus has earned legendary status in the literary underground for the longevity of his self-published fanzine (Cometbus, which turns 25 this year) and for his own tough, taut prose. He calls Berkeley his home but lives in a state of perpetual exi

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