Monday, July 14, 2014

"His exposure of his own mind and methods is fearless." Lost in Space. Amazon. Humbling and wonderful.

And massively appreciated too. Excerpt? Word.

"The essays in Lost in Space are raw, and not in the way that people like to talk about loud, discordant, thrashy music being raw. They're raw in the sense that when you read Lost in Space, you get the feeling Tanzer has feverishly scrubbed away any layers of gloss-over polish that might otherwise coat these recollections, leaving us with an extremely real, relatable, sometimes-wounded, sometimes-wounding look at his parenthood reality."

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