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Jay Lake’s “The Specific Gravity of Grief”

Being a fan of Jay Lake’s writing, I knew I was going to want to read his fictional cancer memoir (the description makes sense, trust me) The Specific Gravity of Grief since his first mentions of it.

Thanks to Patrick Swenson at Fairwood Press, who shared an ARC so I could write this review for GeekDad.

Jay continues to write stuff that knocks me out in ever-changing ways.

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June 4, 2010 - Posted by | Fiction, geek, Weblogs, writing | , , ,

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