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Creamy and Delicious; Eat My Words (in other words)

by Steve Katz

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New edition of Steve Katz's first collection of short stories, originally published in 1970 by Random House. "The most extreme and perfectly executed fictional work to emerge from the Pop Art scene of the late 60s." - 20th Century's Greatest Hits: 100 English-Language Books of Fiction by Larry McCaffery "Steve Katz is a witty fantasist who can homogenize pop detritus, campy slang and hallucination to achieve inspired chaos." - New York Times… (more)
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At first she believed that she herself had volunteered somewhere to make this trip, but now she realized that wasn't the case.
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New edition of Steve Katz's first collection of short stories, originally published in 1970 by Random House. "The most extreme and perfectly executed fictional work to emerge from the Pop Art scene of the late 60s." - 20th Century's Greatest Hits: 100 English-Language Books of Fiction by Larry McCaffery "Steve Katz is a witty fantasist who can homogenize pop detritus, campy slang and hallucination to achieve inspired chaos." - New York Times

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