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Above Tom “The Mighty” Bradley, whose Fission Among the Fanatics was 3:AM‘s Non-Fiction Book of the Year 2007, reads from chapter 2 of his comic masterpiece of a new novel, Lemur, in which “a would-be serial-killing bus boy tries his best to brain a large prostitute with a potato masher”. Following the publication of a review of Lemur in The Advocate (“the mightiest, most legit and widely read Lesbian-Gay-Bisexual-Transgender magazine in the world”) Tom claims to have “awoken a fresh archetype in the collectively gay unconscious, and created a new character to grace the pages of Queer Lit”!

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First posted: Friday, June 13th, 2008.

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  1. Who’s that in the background?

    I see Madame Blavatsky and her sidekick, Colonel Olcott. Also the young Mao and the near-death Nietzsche. Possibly, at the very top, Mother Teresa hustling Pope John Paul II, and Lee Harvey Oswald.

    And a Japanese Hyotoko mask with spectacles.

  2. Tom Bradley reads as good as he writes—FANTASTIC.

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