Pop Song: Adventures in Art and Intimacy (Hardback)Larissa Pham (author)
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Publisher: Profile Books Ltd
Number of pages: 288
Weight: 412 g
Dimensions: 204 x 138 x 28 mm
There are so many times in my past when reading Pop Song could have saved my life. It may very well save yours -- Esme Weijun Wang, author of The Collected Schizophrenias
Reading Pop Song is like being deep in a midnight email exchange with the first person who broke your heart. Pham darts between heartbreak and fine art with startling and delightful ease. -- Rowan Hisayo Buchanan
Combines the thrilling and agonized travails of her young narrator with the lucid and steady eye of a born critic ... A bold and promising debut -- Melissa Febos, author of Abandon Me
Pop Song takes me everywhere I didn't realize I was longing to go ... I am absolutely in love. You will be, too. -- Kristen Radtke, author of Imagine Wanting Only This
A roadmap to transcendence, in essays that are as intimate as their subjects -- Tony Tulathimutte, author of Private Citizens
A vulnerable, nuanced story about the non-linear process of overcoming heartbreak and letting go. Like your favourite song or first love, Pham's words won't just get stuck in your head, they'll stay there * Bust *
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