Review: “The Correspondence Artist”

Review by Tobias Carroll Barbara Browning The Correspondence Artist Two Dollar Radio; 168 p. Barbara Browning’s The Correspondence Artist applies stylistic juxtapositions in welcome and unexpected ways. This novel, Browning’s first, is experimental in structure yet casual in tone. It’s an extended metaphor of a book that nonetheless abounds with insider details, art-world cameos, and precise images — even resorting to the occasional still frame to etch a particular scene onto the mind of the reader. The premise is simple; […]

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