"What we have here is a lovely collection of Nadelberg inventions. These inventions are for telling it like it is. In order to do this they variously prick your arm, burn down, protest, pretend, and dance, to name just a few. . . . These are indeed very Bright Brave Phenomena, that's right."--Rod Smith
By turns disarmingly droll and hysterically sad, Amanda Nadelberg's singular use of everyday language transports us into a world where uncanny juxtaposition and unabashed repetition engender entirely new meanings.
Amanda Nadelberg is the author of Isa the Truck Named Isadore, which won the Slope Editions Book Prize. She lives in Oakland, California.