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Quite good short stories, in the old tradition of American writers! I recommend this book to lovers of the genre. Lucien CastierPublished 3 months ago by Lucien Castier
I love Rothbart's writing- always so beautiful, dark, and creative. I forget to consider whether or not his stories are real- I just love getting lost in themPublished 3 months ago by Michael Z. Sosis
Davy Rothbart is one of my favorite entertainers and writers, and now filmmakers.
He isn't polished, he's honest and raw.
I have not read the book yet. It was required to have for my gen ed course. It looks interesting.Published on January 28, 2013 by sabrina
Davy Rothbart's writing is clean, crisp and fun. It's a quick read for a vacation book. It's just as quirky and as fun as the magazine that he edits.Published on January 4, 2013 by Sage
Davy Rothbart is best known as the personable and fun-loving founder of Found Magazine. I once saw him during a speaking tour in which he and his brother criss-crossed the country... Read morePublished on May 2, 2009 by J. Bosiljevac
A decent but not terribly impressive or memorable werk; I think there is a spark of talent buried in there and I hope it matures. Read morePublished on February 1, 2008 by R. Friesel Jr.
You'd never guess from meeting him that his book is selling in Urban Outfitters all over the country. Davy is a rockstar, and The Lone Surfer is completely mesmerizing. Read morePublished on January 11, 2008 by K. L. Havens
It's a good collection of stories. He writes in a voice that fills a room.Published on March 1, 2007 by Dorene Kavanagh