Title

The Nut File

Author, Researcher, or Creator

John Skoyles

Department

Writing, Literature and Publishing

Author(s)

John Skoyles

Resource Type

Other

Publication, Publisher or Distributor

Quale Press

Publication Date

2018

Related Information

Reviews “Poet and Emerson professor John Skoyles's new book, The Nut File (Quale), is a curious miscellany. It's made up of bits of fiction, nonfiction, and the found: small stories, observations, obituaries, academic e-mails, memos, police logs, and personal kernels of wisdom, longing, and regret. Skoyles, who can be both open and wry, writes of a murderer sitting inthe bus seat behind him, of bonking his head entering an exit, of academic fires and feuds. There are good questions: "Could there be a memory behind the choice of every mistaken word?" And pithy lines that vibrate with humor and truth: "Life is, after all, just one person after another." Taken together, the assemblage takes on the messy heft of life.” – New England Literary News

Brief Description

The Nut File is a hybrid genre book that contains original as well as appropriated material – Obituaries, weird memos, hard news, and micro-fictions, all coming together to capture the story of a world trying to make sense of itself.

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