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Letters to Emma Bowlcut by Bill Callahan
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Letters to Emma Bowlcut (edition 2010)

by Bill Callahan (Author)

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An unnamed man studies the Vortex and his surroundings. He begins writing letters to a strange woman he is attracted to at a party. In this epistolary novelette set sometime in the future, he tells her of his daily life and a relationship between them unfolds. The letters form the seduction, in sifting the loose, disparate details of his day-to-day, the desires, the frustrations, the joys. The self as depicted through emotional weather updates, social observations, anecdotes, advice and well-timed punchlines.… (more)
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Title:Letters to Emma Bowlcut
Authors:Bill Callahan (Author)
Info:Drag City (2010), Edition: 2nd ed., 79 pages
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An unnamed man studies the Vortex and his surroundings. He begins writing letters to a strange woman he is attracted to at a party. In this epistolary novelette set sometime in the future, he tells her of his daily life and a relationship between them unfolds. The letters form the seduction, in sifting the loose, disparate details of his day-to-day, the desires, the frustrations, the joys. The self as depicted through emotional weather updates, social observations, anecdotes, advice and well-timed punchlines.

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