Infinity To Dine
a collection of essays by
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Infinity to Dine is a collection of essays. Each was drafted in response to an anonymous question, over the course of six years. Dying, addiction, reading, NASA, racism, love, despair and other subjects are woven together by one of the kindest and most erudite voices writing today.
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"Infinity to Dine, a collection of blogger lazenby’s responses to questions posed to him anonymously on his tumblr (lazenby.tumblr.com) over a six-year period, forces the reader to alternate between the above thoughts. Despite the indirectness of his answers, the author, who takes his pen name from the former Bond actor George Lazenby, asks us not to wallow in confusion, but to trust him to provide moments of surprise and insight along the roads — sometimes heavy, sometimes nebulous — questions ask us to travel."
—Garri Saganenko, Full Stop
the alien name for earth translates as the labyrinth of swine twitter: georgelazenby
PUBLISHER: Sator Press
PRINT ISBN: 9780983243779
RELEASE DATE: Sator Press; 2 edition (January 1, 2018)
SIZE: 4.5 x 0.8 x 6.5 inches