A Deep Scratch in the Vinyl by MIchael Kirkbride

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Timestamp. New York City, the early 1990s.

Scott and Larry have been best friends since high school when they would go to hardcore matinee’s at CBGB’s on Sunday afternoons. They attended college together, did Teach for America in Compton together and then moved back to New York City and lived in a small apartment in the East Village together. They were inseparable. That is, until Sonja fell into their lives. And things would never be the same.

Michael Kirkbride’s debut novel is a bittersweet look at what life is like when you’re 25, when the future is unwritten, anything is possible, and hanging out with a great girl is absolute perfection.


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Published October 26, 2011 by Cerro Chato Publishing. 184 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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As Scott adjusts to Larry’s new life with his girlfriend, Scott remembers some of his best times with Larry.

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