Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Adam Golaski gets stalked by a bibliophile...

...or rather, gets interviewed by Charles Tan over at Bibliophile Stalker.

Highlights include the part where he says he thinks we're publishing his latest book Color Plates--which "is a museum, alive in the now crystallized brain of a sort-of Mary Cassatt. Four rooms of Mary's museum are open to the public, and they are named Éduoard Manet, Edgar Degas, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, and Mary Cassatt. Each room exhibits little stories--plates--drawn from real paintings by the painters who are the rooms' namesakes"--on a dare. We dare you to check out the whole thing here. And to keep an eye out for Color Plates when it comes out next year.

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