“From My Nigerian Connection” by Pauline Masurel, Bristol UK

Connected October 16, 2011 05:10

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Liesl Schillinger, of the New York Times Book Review, had this to say about “From My Nigerian Connection”:
Pauline Masurel has fun here riffing on the barrage of grammatically-challenged exhortatory missives so many of us discovered in our inboxes over the last decade, sent by enterprising Nigerian scammers devoid of scruples or spell-check. This, of course, is a sort of 21st-century connection none of us sought.

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