Spy, of course, is long dead. (And Monahan's tenure unfortunately didn't intersect with The Funny Years.) The New York Press Website seems to offer a lone book review (of A Gallows Sermon: Life & Death Among the Decadents, in case you were wondering) by its once-prolific vet. And, while you could probably dig up the Pushcart Prize anthology, we should warn you that the language in Monahan's story is more seventeenth century than street Boston. Worst, as of this morning, Amazon.com offered a mere eighteen copies of Light House — new and used, starting from $2.77 — because it's out of print. We'd almost feel bad for the guy. Except, you know, that we don't.
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