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In John Brandon’s debut novel Arkansas, two jaded twenty-somethings Swin and Kyle attempt to navigate the folds of the Dixie Mafia’s bulbous undulating underbelly and soon become caught neck-deep in its button. Through their desires to quell their boredom and satiate their appetite for a nontraditional lifestyle as drug mules for the enigmatic Frog, the duo encounter the adventurous . Buy Sermons on Different Subjects: With Devout Meditations and Spiritual Exercises by John Brandon online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions - starting at $ Shop now.
Originally published by McSweeney's in hardcover and met with wide acclaim, Arkansas is a darkly comic debut novel written by John Brandon about a pair of drug runners, Kyle and Swin, set in /5(5). The latest articles written by John Brandon you will find only on Entrepreneur.
review 1: Okay, I lied—I didn't actually finish this book. Two stories in I decided it wasn't really worth it. To be fair, this is a well-written book. Brandon has some interesting insights into human emotion and motivation, which is interesting at times in these stories. However, they are just so. darn. predictable. Further Joy by John Brandon. Reviewed By Drew Arnold. July 31st, Looking at the state geographically, Florida should be paradise: it’s full of beaches, bright walls, fusion menus and lush greens. But it is also host to hanging chads, Casey Anthony and George Zimmerman, and sinkholes. It’s a fast-paced and funny book. The three.
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Originally published by McSweeney’s in hardcover and met with wide acclaim, Arkansas is a darkly comic debut novel written by John Brandon about a pair of drug runners, Kyle and Swin, set in the rural southeast. Drawing comparisons to a striking range of storytellers, from Quentin Tarantino and Mark Twain to Flannery O’Connor and Cormac McCarthy, John Brandon—an MFA graduate of 4/5(25).
In his first novel, John Brandon mashes up elements of drug-crime fiction and the Gen-Y slacker novel in this sharply written book about two drifters named Kyle and Swin, a troubled young woman named Johnna, and a hapless, ruthless drug dealer who goes by the monicker Frog/5.
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Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Next up is John Brandon, author of Arkansas, which is soon to be released as a motion picture, Citrus County, Further Joy, and A Million Heavens.
John has sent us his favorites from the McSweeney’s vault, along with short descriptions on why he loves them. John Brandon is a well-known journalist who has published o articles on social media, technology, leadership, mentoring, and many other topics.
John Brandon’s first novel, Arkansas, out now through McSweeney’s, finds him somewhere between Elmore Leonard and the Coen Brothers (Raising Arizona more so than No Country for Old Men), where.
John Brandon is the author of three novels, Arkansas, Citrus County, and A Million Heavens, and a new short story collection, Further Joy, all with McSweeney's. His shorter work has appeared in Oxford American, The Believer, ESPN the Magazine, GQ, McSweeney's Quarterly Concern, The New York Times Magazine, and numerous university journals.
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Brandon’s three novels, Arkansas, Citrus Country, and A Million Heavens, have brought him a comfortable level of literary success. When he started out, post-MFA, he was working temporary jobs in warehouses and factories.
Now he’s a tenure-track creative writing professor at Hamline University. John Brandon was raised on the Gulf Coast of Florida, and has worked at a lumber mill, a windshield warehouse, and a Coca-Cola distributor.
Acclaim for his first novel, Arkansas, led to his appointment as John & Renee Grisham Fellow in Creative Writing at the University of Mississippi.
By John Brandon, Contributing editor, @jmbrandonbb. Surface Studio John Brandon. Join us for an Inc. Real Talk Business Reboot conversation with self-made entrepreneur Kendra Scott on how. John Brandon is a contributing editor at Inc. magazine covering technology. He writes the Tech Report column for At first glance, John Brandon's first two novels, "Arkansas" and "Citrus County," seemed to fall into a familiar space: a kind of rural noir where flawed figures come into conflict, leaving.
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Use up arrow (for mozilla firefox browser. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Lifeblood by John Brandon at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Auto Suggestions are available once you type at .Amanda Uhle spoke with John Brandon about his writing for McSweeney’s and his new film, Arkansas, which was released this week.
AMANDA UHLE: McSweeney’s published Arkansas in Now, the book has been made into a film by Lionsgate, releasing .John Brandon has a way with words that I’ve not seen in a very, very long time.
Absolutely beautiful. review 2: This is a book I have complicated feelings for, it was very odd and very unpredictable.