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This blog chronicles the work and thought of author Edward Desautels (who readily answers to the name “Ed”). It might also serve, from time to time, as a soapbox for the unpopular or arcane, or merely as a place to deposit iconoclastic observations likely never to find a home elsewhere. Here you will also find excerpts of raw, unrevised work in progress that offer, Ed hopes, a peek into the creative process.

This blog chronicles the work and thought of author Edward Desautels (who readily answers to the name “Ed”). It might also serve, from time to time, as a soapbox for the unpopular or arcane, or merely as a place to deposit iconoclastic observations likely never to find a home elsewhere. Here you will also find excerpts of raw, unrevised work in progress that offer, Ed hopes, a peek into the creative process.

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Catch of the Day: 1965 Mosrite Ventures | The Fretboard Journal: Keepsake magazine for guitar collectors

1965 Mosrite Ventures Semie Moseley never had the success he deserved. He was an excellent craftsman and he had some very interesting ideas about designing and building guitars, but by all accounts he

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Photographer Robert Perrine often casted his daughters and their friends in his Fender ads. On the left is a Jaguar and on the right is a Jazz Bass.

Desautels's intriguing first novel offers a disturbing—and eerily riveting—accountof the dilemma posed by our cultural addiction to film.... -- Review of Contemporary Fiction, vol. XXIII, no. 1

Desautels's intriguing first novel offers a disturbing—and eerily riveting—accountof the dilemma posed by our cultural addiction to film.... -- Review of Contemporary Fiction, vol. XXIII, no. 1

HUSH is a novel in which Good vs. Evil = Good + Evil. It traces one character's (Reanne's) struggles for personal redemption as well as her effort to overcome both the limits of language—of which all religion is made—to find a space in which the unsayable may, blessedly, remain unsaid.

HUSH is a novel in which Good vs. Evil = Good + Evil. It traces one character's (Reanne's) struggles for personal redemption as well as her effort to overcome both the limits of language—of which all religion is made—to find a space in which the unsayable may, blessedly, remain unsaid.

HUSH is a novel in which Good vs. Evil = Good + Evil. It traces one character's (Reanne's) struggles for personal redemption as well as her effort to overcome both the limits of language—of which all religion is made—to find a space in which the unsayable may, blessedly, remain unsaid.

HUSH is a novel in which Good vs. Evil = Good + Evil. It traces one character's (Reanne's) struggles for personal redemption as well as her effort to overcome both the limits of language—of which all religion is made—to find a space in which the unsayable may, blessedly, remain unsaid.

Desautels's intriguing first novel offers a disturbing—and eerily riveting—accountof the dilemma posed by our cultural addiction to film.... -- Review of Contemporary Fiction, vol. XXIII, no. 1

Desautels's intriguing first novel offers a disturbing—and eerily riveting—accountof the dilemma posed by our cultural addiction to film.... -- Review of Contemporary Fiction, vol. XXIII, no. 1