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No One Told Me I Was Going To Disappear: (Black and White Edition) Paperback – October 3, 2012
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J. A. Tyler and John Dermot Woods have made an object as beautiful as a paper ship. - Luca Dipierro, author of Biscotti Neri and Das Ding
The incantatory, hypnotic examinations of 'me and you and how we are connected' unfold along an edge where Martin Buber meets André Breton. - Jon Cotner & Andy Fitch, authors of Ten Walks / Two Talks
Tyler and Woods volley language and image to construct a new and bracing presentation of identity as at once smeared across a centerless space and anchored by the weight of a single human heart. - Evan Lavender-Smith, author of Avatar
About the Author
J. A. Tyler is the author of the poetry collection Variations of a Brother War, the poetic psalm Colony Collapse, and the novel The Zoo, a Going. He lives in Colorado.
John Dermot Woods is the author of the novel, The Complete Collection of people, places & things. He writes stories and draws comics in Brooklyn, New York, and edits the arts quarterly, Action, Yes. He also organizes the online reading series Apostrophe Cast and is a professor in the English Department at Nassau Community College on Long Island.
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