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Something About Lions and Gazelles
“Looking at Joseph Riippi — 6″4, wild hair, hands that eat mine in a handshake and a imposing presence — you would never suspect the sensitive, tender writing that flows from his prodigious mind. Given all of our collective wisdom I should know by now not to conflate the physical and the emotional, I should be aware of the discrepancy between our physicality, largely unchosen, bestowed, and our interior worlds molded by our choices, our experiences, and the choices of other people, but given his daunting physical presence coupled with a rare empathic tender effort in his writing, this mistake persists with Riippi.”
“Something like the ocean”
Interview with JA Tyler at Monkeybicycle
“A beautiful examination of the way our lives and memories are shaped.”
“Something to pass the time. (p 88)” An interview-in-excerpts at The Collagist
“We become addicted to A CLOTH HOUSE’s images. It is addicted to its own images.”
The L Mag Questionnaire for Writer Types
“The rich baritone and demeanor of a younger, less-stoned Steve Agee”
The Collagist – Issue 33
Monday, April 16 at Franklin Park Reading Series w/Heidi Julavits, Toure, Fiona Maazel, and Leah Umansky
A Cloth House arrives March 15
Now Available from Greying Ghost Press
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