The Field reviewed at dbqp: visualizing poetics

The FieldOver at dbqp: visualizing poetics, Geof Huth reviewed Martin Glaz Serup’s The Field, calling it “a satire against meaningless life, the pursuit of empty happinesses, the life lived without thought and serious intent.” He reflects that:

Still, almost three months later, the book stays with me. It’s not merely that I remember it; it is that is sometimes appears in my life. It is manifested before me. Probably because it actually reminds me of my life. (NB: This is a book where the protagonist is a field.) It is manifested within me.

Read the full review at dbqp: visualizing poetics.

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