Tuesday, February 11, 2014

If we are to take contemporary writing at its word, then Chris Hutchinson is among its foremost practitioners, forsaking the certainties of space, time and locus for that collective unconscious known as the internet. This is fleet-of-foot, informed writing — tomorrow’s writing today — that draws on a broad cultural reference range, a dual diagnosis of mental illness and drugs collaged from a million little pieces. Like his book’s titular character, Hutchinson is a writer who has “lived with himself long enough to know that he is somehow different, and that there is no escaping.” ~ Michael Turner, author of 8 x 10
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