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Judah Rubin & Lewis Freedman Give a Stunning, Not-Fake Interview at BOMB

Two beautiful minds meet upon on the banks of a lake in Wisconsin to talk about “divination, food science, taxidermy, rabbinic literature, and the act of discussion itself.” Lewis Freedman, author of the just-published Residual Synonyms for the Name of God (Ugly Duckling Presse) and Judah Rubin even discuss the inscriptions that constitute sense in […]
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