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"Master recontextualizer William Walsh has pulled off an unlikely feat: he didn't write a word of this book, and yet its twisted pleasures couldn't possibly belong to anyone else. He has managed to transform the collected works of Calvin Trillin into some kind of whacked-out koan, a strangely compelling harangue that will leave you dumbstruck."
—-J. Robert Lennon, author of Mailman and The Funnies

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ISBN:
9780982151204
Author:
Walsh, William
Publisher:
Keyhole Press
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TRADE PAPER
Pages:
174
Dimensions:
5.5x8

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Product details 174 pages KEYHOLE PUBLISHING CO - English 9780982151204 Reviews:
"Review" by , "Master recontextualizer William Walsh has pulled off an unlikely feat: he didn't write a word of this book, and yet its twisted pleasures couldn't possibly belong to anyone else. He has managed to transform the collected works of Calvin Trillin into some kind of whacked-out koan, a strangely compelling harangue that will leave you dumbstruck."
—-J. Robert Lennon, author of Mailman and
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