"Michael Martone, by Michael Martone, continues the author's exploration of the parts of books nobody ever reads. Michael Martone is its own appendix, comprising forty-two "contributors notes," each of which identifies in exorbitant biographical detail the author of the other forty-one. Full of fanciful anecdotes and preposterous reminiscences, Martone's self-inventions prove as Protean as fiction itself, continuously transforming the past with every new attribution but never identifying the author by name. It is this missing personage who, from first note to last, constitutes the unformed subject of Michael Martone."--BOOK JACKET.
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Unconventions: Attempting the Art of Craft and the Craft of Art
Limited preview - 2010
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