"Plato sucks because the ideal world pales in comparison with the mysterious complexity of the real one." So writes Andrei Codrescu in this kaleidoscope of riffs and rants about the passions and nightmares of a poet at millennium's end. What does the collapse of communism and rise of nationalism in Eastern Europe look like from the perspective of this reporter who experienced it firsthand? How does a ceramicist and child of photographers view the origin myths of pottery and photography? From the mind of a brilliant thinker, these are stories that revel in the poetry, sexiness, and paradoxes of our time.More
"[Andrei Codrescu is] one of our most prodigiously talented and magical writers." (The New York Times Book Review)
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