FUN CAMP reviewed in The Brooklyn Rail by John Domini

Screen Shot 2013-07-17 at 11.44.55 AM“So frisky an attitude towards getting naked feels welcome in a fictional experiment. More commonly these days, younger American writers who eschew narrative tend to abstain in their fiction, as well, from pleasures of the flesh … It’s great to have Gabe Durham give those impulses fresh play, on a midsummer’s night in the woods.” – John Domini, author of A Tomb on the Periphery

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If you’re in the Seattle area tomorrow night, come see me read with Matthew Simmons and Sean Beaudoin!

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Last: The other night, Evan Karp taped my Oakland FUN CAMP reading.

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2 thoughts on “FUN CAMP reviewed in The Brooklyn Rail by John Domini

  1. Eli says:

    John was one of my early mentors and greatest supporters at Drake. I’m overjoyed he reviewed Fun Camp!

    -E

  2. Gabe Durham says:

    Eli: Cool! I didn’t know that. What a great guy.

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