Wiggling Wishbone: Stories of Pata-Sexual Speculation

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Autonomedia, Apr 1, 1996 - Fiction - 160 pages
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A sinister collection of stories that, through force of language, reveals the limits of power and commerce. His intelligent rage addresses Hitler from his dogs point of view, a sexual liaison with Andy Warhol, the Popes wet dreams, and other targets. Plantenga has been called the William Gibson of the Lower East Side, a punk Borges, and simply an incredibly talented underground writer.

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Contents

A Novel Of Everyday Participation
7
GG1 Series Of Model Poses
26
Woman With One Too Many Faces
34

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About the author (1996)

Bart Plantenga is a widely published author, having written journalism, fiction, and non-fiction. His writings have appeared in Reggae, Rasta Revolution: Jamaican Music from Ska to Dub, and he has contributed to many musical and pop culture journals, including the American Music Research Center Journal. He lives in Amsterdam.

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