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Trinie Dalton


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ABOUT the author

Trinie Dalton is the author of the books Baby Geisha, Wide EyedSweet TombDear New Girl or Whatever Your Name Is, A Unicorn is Born, and Mythtym. In addition to being a critic of art, books, and music, she is a teacher of fiction and art critical writing.
Find out more here: sweettomb.com


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Baby Geisha front cover by Trinie DaltonBaby Geisha
"[Baby Geisha] pokes fun, it's satirical, there's an underlying delicious irony to it, and the telling parts are the ones where Dalton coins names, cuts down trees with her paragraphs, gives us just a touch of the absurd... Dalton's skill as a writer, and above all her expertise in choosing words that play into a darker cultural picture—an offsetting of America's natural high!—are not to be missed here."
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Interviews
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A Q&A with Trinie Dalton | 2/2/2011
We talk with author Trinie Dalton about the beloved Arthur Magazine, straddling the art world and the literary world, and whether she'll start her own press... read on.

Interview Magazine speaks with Trinie Dalton | 1/13/2012
Interview Magazine talks with author Trinie Dalton about the influence of Eastern art and philosophy in her work, feeling like tourists in our own lives, sexual fantasies, the history of witchcraft, and why rural America can be terrifying.

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