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Decoding Westworld, brought to you by Max McBride

What do Westworld and Max McBride have in common? Great storytelling! Joanna Robinson and David Chen bring us an excellent analysis and breakdown, as always.  Listen to Max's pre-roll on Decoding Westworld, Episode 3: Virtù e Fortuna here.

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Mink Eyes Playlist???

It is October, 1986.  There is no Spotify, no Pandora.  What would be playing in Peter O'Keefe's office and apartment?  What songs would Kelly put on her most recent mix tape?  What is playing from the van stereo as he...

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EPISODE FIVE….

Check out the next installment of Some Cold War Blues.

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See Max’s New Interview!

  https://lupamysteries.blogspot.com/2018/02/author-interview-max-mcbridei-author-of.html

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Check out the latest episode of “Some Cold War Blues”

Please see the newest installment of Max's short story Some Cold War Blues in the Works In Progress section of www.max2themax.com.

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Check out the latest episode of “Some Cold War Blues”

Please see the newest installment of Max's short story Some Cold War Blues in the Works In Progress section of www.max2themax.com.

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Praise for Tenebrae: A Memoir of Love and Death

"Max McBride is a visionary poet. His series of poems, Tenebrae: A Memoir of Love and Death, based on ancient services sometimes performed in the Roman Catholic Church, grapples with the death of his wife....I am filled with its humanity, its...

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Post No Bills: Trapped and Doomed

Excerpt from Max McBride's novel, Mink Eyes: “They were walking between two rows of cages that faced each other. More than half the cages were empty. From the occupied cages, small, dark creatures peered at them through the wire mesh...

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A Not So Happy Halloween

Excerpt from Max McBride's novel, Mink Eyes: “Don’t stay too close, Dad,” Kelly said, “I don’t want them to think I’m a little girl.” When she walked up to the front doors of the houses, he stood off in the darkness,...

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