Josh Spilker

{ Josh Spilker is a writer based in Nashville, TN. He blogs about books in Codex. His personal music blog is Deckfight. }


Josh Spilker's Posts

Favorite Books of 2011

Fiction favorites, what.

Q&A with Joshua Mohr, author of Damascus

Why Santa is better than the Easter Bunny for covering up a Hitler mustache.

All The Sad, Arrested, Young Men

Keith Gessen goes to jail for OWS. Is a new Armies of the Night coming?

Mark Z.'s Serial Attempt

On Mark Z. Danielewski's new novel plan

What to read (right now) XXXV: EGGS by PUJOL

Yeah that PUJOL. It's a contrast to his other nasty, brutishly short work.

What To Read (Right Now) XXXIV: Shallow

It's called "Let's Call Our Band the Yeah Yeah Yeahs."

Q&A w/ Mel Bosworth, author of Freight

It all ends with pancakes.

The problem with short stories

People love Yelp. But they don't love short stories. Not yet, anyway.

Moby Dick in pictures

Art for every page of the epic fish tale.

What To Read (Right Now) XXXIII: Inside Pee Wee's Playhouse

The unofficial, definitive history.

What to listen to right now XXXII: Other People Podcast with Brad Listi

Literary life marginalia in audio form.

What to read (right now) XXXI: Safety Pin Review

Punk-backed stories.

Q&A w/ Megan Boyle

Every other lie is true.

Codex Gchat: The Art of Fielding

Somewhere Westish of Melville.

Indexing the Occupy Wall St. Library

Only one anarchist cookbook? What can you make with that?

What to read (right now) XXX: 15 views of Orlando

Making Orlando more than a mousetrap.

Judging 20 lit mag names

I've never read these, but I know what they're about.

Freak Questions with Jamie Iredell

A whole book of them, including "Romance Novel, The" and "Environmentalists".

What To Read (Right Now) XXVIV: Housefire

Everything cannot be terrific.


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