From Publishers Weekly
"The aspiring lothario braves red jellies in the surf" below Bibbins's maximalist aerial establishment, "not conventionally pretty, not conventionally shaved, but a rail to rail against if there's time and there is." Out to defrock camp and thrust the garment onto its own forms, this debut can also quietly produce "the noise stars make when they fall."
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“I love Sky Lounge. Mark Bibbins splices together idioms and idiolects into cool, smooth, transporting lyrics—compact monologues that also resemble radio plays, explosive and evaporating, with no wrong moves, and with a welcome surplus of charm.” —Wayne Koestenbaum