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prose, the fiction of Jack Moskovitz beautifully captures another era of
storytelling — the age of the men’s pulp magazines — in which the
women were often intelligent, cunning and buxom, the men street-smart and
thirsty for gin. You can practically hear Moskovitz’s characters
cracking wise out of the corners of their mouths. Moskovitz’s work
brings the reader back to a time when you could find poetry masquerading
as entertainment on any corner newsstand."
--Timothy Schaffert, The
Omaha Reader, 12 May 2002
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