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Monte Schulz’s Beautiful Jazz Age Tragedy in ‘Crossing Eden’
BY JACK EIDT – POSTED ON JUNE 14, 2016

Monte Schulz’s literary novel Crossing Eden (Fantagraphics Books), sweeps across the Midwestern U.S. landscape through the story of a family pulled apart in the Jazz Age summer of 1929. A failed businessman, seduced by city lights and the dream of wealth and power, divides himself from his wife and children, while a troubled farm boy runs away from home in the company of a gangster.

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