In Romancer Erector Diane Williams again astonishes us with her distinctive voice, detached yet fiercely intimate. As one critic writes: "the effect is original, as if a strange little memory has insinuated itself into the reader's own memory, to remain there . . . incapable of assimilation." Like intricately wrapped gifts, these tales deliver the hidden, the haunted, the charms, the bell, the mansions inside of the human heart.
Title Romancer Erector
Author Diane Williams
Title First Published 01 November 2001
Nb of pages 128 p.
Publication Date 01 November 2001
Nb of pages 128
Dimensions 5.5 x 8.5 in.
List Price $12.95
Diane Williams is one of the true living heroes of the American avant-garde. Her fiction makes very familiar things very, very weird. -Jonathan Franzen
One day, someone will decode these cryptic, sinister, upsetting stories by Diane Williams. But by then she will no doubt have forged yet further into the lonely far limits of radical storytelling. This is the writing of the future, a prose of sophisticated disturbance and sorrow. -Ben Marcus
In a voice like no other and with considerable humor and compassion, Diane Williams conveys our bewilderments at the human condition. What a brave, innovative and bawdy writer she is! -Sheila Kohler
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