22 April 2010


Andrew Hamlin raves.. "I proclaim Williams’ true philosophical antecedent as Hadrurus arizonensis, the giant desert hairy scorpion. Like the beast, this book is hairy, hot, and thrives after the sun sets. Pages fly by without adjectives. Action plunges into time like a riptide through breaking waves. In terms of style (not philosophy), I proclaim Williams a follower of the Lascaux cave paintings. He wastes nothing. Every line, word, and letter perform a function."
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