My second book, Diptychs + Triptychs + Lipsticks + Dipsticks is reviewed today at the Lit Pub. I want to thank Ilana Masad, who bravely fought for the right to review this book, and wrote a lovely, insightful review. She also pushed to have this see the light of day, so I am really grateful for her brave, honest, and wonderful words.
Also to Molly Gaudry, who runs the Lit Pub, and is a sweet friend, and a great writer also!
Here is the beginning of Ilana’s words about D + T:
“In his famous essay “The Sentence is a Lonely Place,”Gary Lutz writes that the books he fell in love with were the ones “in which virtually every sentence had the force and feel of a climax, in which almost every sentence was a vivid extremity of language, an abruption, a definitive inquietude.”
Robert Vaughn’s newest book, Diptychs + Triptychs + Lipsticks + Dipshits, which manages to pack thirty pieces in fifty-five pages, is a beautiful example of the kind of attention to detail that Gary Lutz admires.”
Read the rest here: The Lit Pub • Diptychs + Triptychs + Lipsticks + Dipshits
Again, thanks Ilana and Molly, and everyone else at the Lit Pub!