Facial Geometry

by Neil de la Flor, Maureen Seaton and Kristine Snodgrass


A literary equivalent of having a couple of friends over, Facial Geometry is an invitation to run the gauntlet of hilarity where every word is a whip-sharp feather. Experience a disturbing disintegration of authorial identity. Experience that identity reshape and reassemble as an intelligent chimera that stares you in the face with as many faces as you can imagine.

Read excerpts in November 2006 Issue of Admit Two.


Read Terese Swoboda's reviev in Diagram 7.2.



35 pages

Nov. 2006


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