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  • SoY: Like many authors you started out writing shorter fiction (Leviathan Wept is out next year!) but your output has diminished as you came to focus more on novels.

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  • “God, to have a woman look at you like that, Jesus Wept, that is true grace.”

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  • “God, to have a woman look at you like that, Jesus Wept, that is true grace.”

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  • The subject of women held in thralldom to men by mysterious powers came to mind the other day when I read the story of Elizabeth Smart, author of the prose poem or the poetic novella By Grand Central Station I Sat Down and Wept, a perfervid retelling of her infatuation and affair with George Granville Barker, a poet who had achieved success at the age of 18.

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  • The JLA gets 1.25 books (“Justice Wept” counts as .25 since it is limited in number) and tacked-onto/made the centerpiece of almost nothing.

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  • Beyond those two titles, we also have three great collections on the tarmac: Hard-Luck Diggings (Jack Vance), Lesser Demons (Norman Partridge), and Leviathan Wept and Other Stories (Daniel Abraham).

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  • Wept in our beers and took consolation in the fact that we all tried.

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  • Wept for the cold body on the slab who would not know life again.


  • Wept for all the derisive laughter, the pointed fingers, his father's disapproving glares.


  • One that truly deserves this designation is "By Grand Central Station I Sat Down and Wept," Elizabeth Smart 's 1945 prose poem account of her 18-year-long — but doomed — love affair with fellow poet George Barker.

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