Ten Walks/two Talks
Poetry. Literary Nonfiction. TEN WALKS/TWO TALKS combines a series of sixty-minute, sixty-sentence walks around Manhattan with a pair of roving dialogues--one of which takes place during a late-night "philosophical" ramble through Central Park. Mapping 21st-century New York, Cotner and Fitch update the meandering and meditative form of Basho's travel diaries to construct a descriptive/dialogic fugue.
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Review: Ten Walks/Two TalksUser Review - Patrick Gaughan - Goodreads
Brilliantly conceived in its simplicity. Fitch writing about his walks demonstrate the inevitability of subjectivity and association seeping into objective observation. The 'talk' sections have a "My ... Read full review
Review: Ten Walks/Two TalksUser Review - Erik Graff - Goodreads
I knew one of the authors over a decade ago while he was still in college. Consequently, years later, I was given a copy of this book and asked to review it. That was back in 2011. At that time I was ... Read full review