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The Bugging Watch is not terrible. . .

Ryan Eckes thinks The Bugging Watch is not terrible:

. . .a dark, animated love story told like a fairy tale. I imagine the characters, Harlan and Toland, as cartoons – that perception’s aided by the cover art, but it’s the anamorphic description of the characters, especially the nebulous quality of Toland, as well as the vibrant language and fantastic imagery that give me the cartoon feel.  . . . [Read more at PhillySound]

Jeremy Benson also thinks The Bugging Watch is not terrible:  

. . .The Bugging Watch & Other Exhibits is under a porch, is between the fridge and the cupboard, is hiding among the coats and sweaters in the tilted closet above the basement stairs. Its shapeshifting and heartbreak is nightmarishly microscopic and horrifically asymptotical . . .[Read more at NewPages]

[Buy The Bugging Watch from Tarpaulin Sky Press]

Jack Krick is reading The Bugging Watch.

  Benjamin Winkler (Splitleaves Press) is reading The Bugging Watch.

  Greg Bem is reading The Bugging Watch.

If you would like to read The Bugging Watch but have no money, please email kimgeklin[at]gmail.com w/ alternative currency ideas.
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Discussion

3 thoughts on “The Bugging Watch is not terrible. . .

  1. The Bugging Watch is diametrically opposed to "terrible".

    Posted by Benjamin Winkler | May 17, 2010, 3:51 pm
  2. Aw thanks, Benjamin!

    Posted by Kim Gek Lin Short | May 18, 2010, 9:05 pm
  3. My excitement is palpable! Can you feel it yet? Friday, June 11 is circled and starred on my calendar.

    Posted by Benjamin Winkler | May 18, 2010, 9:44 pm

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