Issue 19, March 2015

Issue 19, March 2015

$2.99

Welcome to the March 2015 issue of The Big Click, guest‐edited by Jason S. Ridler! This month, it’s all wrestling action. Trent Zelazny starts everything off with “Parts Unknown,” which explores the relationship of real violence to fake violence in wrestling. Then we’re pleased to feature “The Ballad of Caprisha Marlin,” which explores the relationship of real violence to the violence of bullying. And YouTube. Finally, we have a reprint from our very own Nick Mamatas, “Work, Hook, Shoot, Rip,” which will teach you what those terms mean if you don’t know already, and entertain you even if you do. We also have nonfiction from Barry Graham, about Christa Faust’s Hoodtown, and the latest capsule reviews of the best crime fiction.

Issue 19, March 2015

$2.99

Welcome to the March 2015 issue of The Big Click, guest‐edited by Jason S. Ridler! This month, it’s all wrestling action. Trent Zelazny starts everything off with “Parts Unknown,” which explores the relationship of real violence to fake violence in wrestling. Then we’re pleased to feature “The Ballad of Caprisha Marlin,” which explores the relationship of real violence to the violence of bullying. And YouTube. Finally, we have a reprint from our very own Nick Mamatas, “Work, Hook, Shoot, Rip,” which will teach you what those terms mean if you don’t know already, and entertain you even if you do. We also have nonfiction from Barry Graham, about Christa Faust’s Hoodtown, and the latest capsule reviews of the best crime fiction.

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