LET GO AND GO ON AND ON by Tim Kinsella

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LET GO AND GO ON AND ON by Tim Kinsella

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~69,000 WORDS
©2014
Curbside Splendor

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In Let Go and Go On and On the story of obscure actress Laurie Bird is told in a second-person narrative, blurring what little is known of her actual biography with her roles as a drifter in Two Lane Blacktop, a champion's wife in Cockfighter, and an aging rock star's Hollywood girlfriend in Annie Hall.

Laurie Bird’s story unravels in a bathtub where she commits suicide at the age of 26, andLet Go and Go On and On draws on this very American story to explore our endless fascination with the Hollywood machine and the weirdness that is celebrity culture.

"Initially the setting seems so familiar. I know this. I’ve seen these films so many times. I’ve fallen in love with Laurie Bird and wondered where she goes when she’s not in frame. I give Kinsella a five thousand star review for launching me deep into an alternate universe somewhere between fiction of the most intimate and biography of the most compelling. It’s like gazing upon a magnificent and hyper-detailed print, beautiful and meticulous, a pitch-perfect fine flowing bellow, the sound of celestial molasses." —Devendra Banhart

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