Urbesque Fiction URBESQUE Is A Collection Of Short In The Sense That Most, Though Not All, Of The Pieces Are Shorter Than Forty Pages Fiction Because They Are Untrue Except, Of Course, For The Parts That Are The Characters Who Populate These Stories Do Not Travel To India Or Hang Out With Matadors They Do, However, Go To Job Fairs, Make Furniture, Leave Their Swords In The Lockers At Work, Write Letters To The Objects That Surround Them And Take Pictures Of It All, Years After The Fact, To Remind Them Not To Forget If, One Day, A Copy Of URBESQUE Should Appear Unannounced On Your Doorstep, Looking A Little Worse For Wear, With Whiskey On Its Breath, Invite It In Make Room For It On Your Couch Or Bookshelf Or, Better Yet, Read It

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  • Paperback
  • 165 pages
  • Urbesque
  • Moshe Zvi Marvit
  • English
  • 23 October 2018
  • 9780978575601

15 thoughts on “Urbesque

  1. says:

    Urbesque is a collection of short in the sense that most, though not all, of the pieces are shorter than forty pages fiction because they are untrue except, of course, for the parts that are The characters who populate these stories do not travel to India or hang out with matadors They do, however, go to job fairs, make furniture, leave their swords in the lockers at work, write letters to the objects that surround them and take pictures of it all, years after the fact, to remind them not to forget If, one day, a copy of Urbesque should appear unannounced on your doorstep, looking a little worse for wear, with whiskey on its breath, invite it in Make room for it on your couch or bookshelf Or, better yet, read it.With an introduction by Michael W Grenke By the end of the book if you can make it you ll feel as if you ve just read a textbook written by David Mamet while he was in a grouchy mood UR Chicago, June July 2007 Vol 10, Issue 6

  2. says:

    A gorgeous book hilarious and melancholy It s beautifully bound, and you ll hold it like an orphaned finch The stories are touched with an elliptical wit that ll leave you feeling clear and strong I bought this at the Printer s Row fair, and the vendor told me that the author was in law school now I try not to wish ill on others, but I hope Marvit s becoming bored to tears with torts, because he needs to shake that shit off and and start writing books.And, I d just like to add that I m not sure who Michael W Grenke is, but he sure wrote a helluva introduction Man

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