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Book Title: Rubicon Beach|
The author of the book: Steve Erickson
ISBN 13: 9780394755137
Format files: PDF
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Date of issue: September 12th 1987
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…I’d come to the geographical and temporal longitude where and when anything was possible, and that the accompanying latitude was in me: I was a walking latitude, finding its conjunction with the world’s last longitude…
Some writers sit down at a typewriter and bleed. Others sit down and dream. Nothing to it. Steve Erickson casts his nets within far and wide, transmitting captured dreams through his fingertips out into the world at large. A web of shadow prisms infiltrate receptive frequencies with images channeled from the depths of his un-collective conscious.
On this particular outing Erickson hangs three ornate chandeliers on gravity hooks in a pitch-black vacuum, spinning them as the interlocking multi-dimensional cogwheels that they are, all the while projecting condensed beams of inner light from various rotating angles through each individual chandelier crystal. Multitudes of refracted holograms coil and collide, spectrums dance and shift. Identities overlap, intertwine, merge and morph, only to pull apart again in the end. A single file exodus of water molecules leave the sea behind for bluer skies, abandoning shipwrecked sailors lured to these shores by a song now lost and no longer heard.
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Read information about the authorSteve Erickson is the author of ten novels: Days Between Stations, Rubicon Beach, Tours of the Black Clock, Arc d'X, Amnesiascope, The Sea Came in at Midnight, Our Ecstatic Days, Zeroville, These Dreams of You and Shadowbahn. He also has written two books about American politics and popular culture, Leap Year and American Nomad. Numerous editions have been published in English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Dutch, Polish, Greek, Russian and Japanese. Over the years he has written for Esquire, Rolling Stone, Smithsonian, Conjunctions, Salon, the L.A. Weekly, the New York Times Magazine and other publications and journals, and his work has been widely anthologized. For twelve years he was editor and co-founder of the national literary journal Black Clock, and currently he is the film/television critic for Los Angeles magazine and teaches writing at the University of California, Riverside. He has received the Lannan Lifetime Achievement Award, the American Academy of Arts and Letters award in literature, a fellowship from the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation, and a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, and twice has been nominated for the National Magazine Award for criticism and commentary.
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