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Twenty-Three Million Days, by Thomas Broderick

FictionPosted by editor Tue, August 14, 2012 13:30:04
Reaction to and reflection on Twenty-Three Million Days, by Thomas Broderic.

While an undergraduate at Vanderbilt University, Thomas Broderick was a writer and then editor for The Slant, the campus humor magazine. In 2006, 2007 and 2008, he had short stories published by The Vanderbilt Review. His fiction has most recently appeared in The Legendary and Curbside Splendor.

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Posted by C S Mee Sun, August 26, 2012 14:17:26

I love the idea of the twenty-three million days named in the title, it's a powerful concept.

Posted by Sue Pace Wed, August 22, 2012 16:24:28

I have so many questions - how could you write this with such authority? Why are this couple so brave and have such deep ability to survive and still be loving and kind? How can life be so unfair? Where does such morality - individual goodness amid such pervasive evil - come from? I loved the writing and the content. Thank you.