Nice to see the new book on someone’s “summer reading list” over at The Puritan— a breezy summer read about assassination and terror! Ball should have considered a career directing films given how often he pretends to be a camera, but “He Paints the Room Red” is genuinely chilling. “In Vitro City” presents condotopia in […]
Tag: The Politics of Knives
The Politics of Knives reviewed in London’s Scene
Read the whole issue: don’t miss the Beachcombers book review!
Open Book: Interview by Jeremy Colangelo
Jeremy Colangelo wrote a great profile/interview/review over at Open Book Toronto, focusing on The Politics of Knives. The article includes a poem from the book, “Then Wolves.” Jeremy also did a longer interview that serves as the basis for the article, so I offer it here as a “DVD Bonus.” Could you describe the process you went […]