Fiction. You're sitting in a darkened theater, waiting for the movie to begin when American culture explodes all around in I-Max, Sensurround, Technicolor--this is the experience of reading Lance Olsen's brilliant 10:01, a novel in frames that unreels the random thoughts of a random movie audience: a screening of our own moment that Olsen lights with the white heat of a a projector beam. Be sure to check out Lance Olsen's other titles at SPD, including SEWING SHUT MY EYES.
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Review: 10: 01User Review - Ian Cantankeroo-Gazan - Goodreads
What's Left of Handke in the Darkness? One of my favourite films is Wim Wenders' "Wings of Desire", in which two angels sit in the heaven above Berlin ("Der Himmel über Berlin"), listening to the ... Read full review
Review: 10: 01User Review - Paul Bryant - Goodreads
CRASH BURN FZZ HEAD ROLLING ABOUT IN GUTTER, AND NOT IN A GOOD WAY In 1918 James Joyce wrote the Wandering Rocks section of Ulysses wherein a bunch of random people wander about Dublin and our author ... Read full review