Fine, Fine, Fine, Fine, Fine Rarely do books invoke a state of critical paralysis in me, but the stories in Diane Williams’ Fine, Fine, Fine, Fine, Fine have managed just that. As a consequence I offer you an uncertain and idiosyncratic response – an attempt to examine my own state of paralysis in the face […]
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