Thursday, April 09, 2009

Matt Bell and Tina May Hall for $12

I bought a book by Tina May Hall called All the Day's Sad Stories from Caketrain. And also I bought Matt Bell's novella called The Collectors. Altogether I spent $12. You should spend it too. Brian Evenson picked Hall's book for Caketrain's chapbook contest and I think the Caketrain people were like, well, let's do Matt's book too.

Deb Olin Unferth was like, "Bell has written a beauty." Peter Markus was like, “A masterwork in miniature," referring to Hall's book. (Hey, both them dudes blurbed Light Boxes.)

Bell and Hall.
Hall and Bell.
Buy them books.

4 comments:

j. a. tyler said...

thanks for posting. it is done.

Michael Kimball said...

I bought it too.

Brian Evenson said...

Hey, Adam,

Just for the record, I loved Matt's book and was delighted when Caketrain decided to do both books. Hall's book is great, but Matt's is really a strong book, and Matt has revised it to make it downright amazing--definitely worth the price of admission...

Take care,
Brian Evenson

Brian Evenson said...

Hey, Adam,

Just for the record, I loved Matt's book and was delighted when Caketrain decided to do both books. Hall's book is great, but Matt's is really a strong book, and Matt has revised it to make it downright amazing--definitely worth the price of admission...

Take care,
Brian Evenson

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