Saturday, May 7, 2011

Available now!

"SEAMLESS"

The first collaboration.
A 14 page book
featuring the compelling short story "Seamless"
by 2011 Pushcart Nominated author
T. Remington

wrapped in captivating graphic impressions
by aleXander hirka
noted collage/photomontage artist, whose groundbreaking underground Smegma The Magazine is included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.













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• first printing • limited edition • 250 numbered/autographed

• includes an 8x5 mailable postcard with an additional image related to the story.

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8 comments:

  1. "Thanks for sending me this story. It is fabulous! It reminds me of stories that I have been reading in the New Yorker. Even though the main character is supposed to be a little out of wack, the reader can identify with her. To me that was the most intriguing part of the story—how she copes."

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  2. " [I] found it restful. 'Restful' you ask? Yes, I can't explain. I like prose that's just supportive and doesn't call attention to itself. Good job. The package is nice, too. ; ) " - Rick Shupper

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  3. Just finished reading it. I can picture the sequel - there will be a one - right?

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  4. Got my Seamless. Love my Seamless. Love Alex's graphics. Love Tammy's story. Love this line most: "It was sort of a shame that the curly brown porcelain hair had to be set against the lamp post, but there were all sorts of shames in this life." ... That's a lotta love !!!

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  5. "Tammy writes beautifully. [aleXander's] photomontages were great as well - nicely compatible to the story w/o being overly illustrative."

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  6. "A wicked story with dazzling artwork. Get it while you can!" Ian Young, Toronto, Ontario

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  7. Tammy's story pulls you right in and AleXander's collages and designs blend in nicely - adding wonderful imagery, metaphor and color. Get a copy and you won't regret it!

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