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This is a review of reviews. Happy New Year.
The Fifty Year Sword is a novel or a graphic novel or a prose poem. It is fiction. It is written by Mark Z. Danielewski, © Pantheon Books 2012
Tree of Codes is a die-cut narrative by Jonathan Safran Foer, © Visual Editions 2010 A cool interview with Foer about the book is “Book as Art Object” in The New York Times
Barley Patch is a novel by Gerald Murnane, © Dalkey Archive Press 2011
The Book of Whispering in the Projection Booth is a collection of poems by Joshua Marie Wilkinson, © Tupelo Press 2009 If you’d like a helping hand with this one, click the Tupelo Press link for a cool little Reader’s … Continue reading
The Last Warner Woman is a novel by Kei Miller, © Coffee House Press 2012
Shards is a novel by Ismet Prcic, © Black Cat 2011. Thanks for watching! If you like what you see, you can click “follow” in the sidebar on the right and get email updates when I post!