The Ars Magna for the Manifold Dimensions of z

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Product Details

Price
$18.00
Publisher
Jackleg Press
Publish Date
Pages
106
Dimensions
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.25 inches | 0.37 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781737330745
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About the Author

Neil de la Flor is the author of AN ELEPHANT'S MEMORY OF BLIZZARDS (Marsh Hawk Pres, 2013), Two Thieves and a Liar (Jackleg Press, 2012), ALMOST DOROTHY (Marsh Hawk Press, 2010) and co-author, with Maureen Seaton, of SINÉAD O'CONNOR AND HER COAT OF A THOUSAND BLUEBIRDS (Firewheel Editions, 2011) and Facial Geometry, (NeoPepper Press, 2006), a chapbook of triads written with collaborator poets Maureen Seaton and Kristine Snodgrass. He is the co-recipient of a 2012 Knight Arts Challenge Grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation to found Reading Queer, a new annual literary event to promote Miami as a center for LGBTIQ literature. He teaches at Miami Dade College and lives in Miami, Florida.

Reviews

Don't read this book if you're looking for easy answers. Or perhaps any answers. Don't read this book if you enjoy and/or need a book that is logical in any way, because "Logic is a form of treason, my furry friend." So don't read this book if you are a non-furry friend. Or a furry enemy. Don't even think about reading this book if you are not occasionally stuck in an elevator or in love. Do read this book if you enjoy Borges or Vonnegut, among others, maybe even De la Flor's previous books, like Sinead O'Connor and Her Coat of a Thousand Bluebirds, written during his Metalingual Miami Period with a starfish named Star Fish. Do read this book if you think life is the same old or if the way you tie knots has got you down. This book is a trip. Take it or not, it's up to you. It's possibly a real book, after all. ("This space is intentionally left speechless.") Ask yourself: "Will a pickle hold you over, my dear?" If the answer is yes, or especially if it's no, read this book. I did.-Maureen Seaton, author of Metablurbs & Mudlarks

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