A Life Set for Two
"the movement of the text...the passionate sadness and the playfulness combine to create this effective and moving word collage." -- Maria Mazziotti Gillan
A Life Set for Twoby Robert Kendall
Welcome to Café Passé. In this bizarre restaurant, acclaimed poet Robert Kendall sets a table where reminders of lost love linger everywhere. Choose your reading to suit your appetite: among the many delectable choices from the menu are:
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Genetisby Richard Smyth
Art and design by Roy Parkhurst, music by Webster Earl Williams, Jr.
In the style of what Gregory Ulmer calls the mystory, Richard Smyth uses the genre-defying capabilities of hypertext to present a case for the power of writing in desperate circumstances. After the narrator's mental meltdown on his honeymoon, he learns that only writing has the power to salvage his sanity and his life.
The Eastgate Quarterly Review of Hypertext
About the author:
Words and Mirrors: an introduction to A Life Set for Two.
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