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A Good Place To Start

Skinny Legs and All 1

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Even Cowgirls get the Blues 1


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Categorization is odious. There is tremendous overlap among genres. These pigeonholes are offered only as a convenience.

Tom Robbins

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Known for his offbeat plots and inventive style, the American novelist Thomas Eugene Robbins, b. Blowing Rock, N.C., 1936, is widely read by high school and college students. After attending several colleges, Robbins worked as a copy editor for three newspapers--the Richmond Times-Dispatch, the Seattle Times (where he was also art critic), and the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. (a publisher bio quoted on levity.com )

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