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Review: The Rimini-Ferrara Line by Brendan Connell

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Brendan Connell's The Rimini-Ferrara Line was published by Eibonvale Press in April 2018.

Information about Brendan Connell:

Brendan Connell was born in Santa Fe, New Mexico, in 1970. His works of fiction include Unpleasant Tales (Eibonvale Press, 2013), The Architect (PS Publishing, 2012), Lives of Notorious Cooks (Chômu Press, 2012), Miss Homicide Plays the Flute (Eibonvale Press, 2013), Cannibals of West Papua (Zagava, 2015), and Clark (Snuggly Books, 2016).

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Information about The Rimini-Ferrara Line:

Inspiring references and illusions to both Dante and Plato, Brendan Connell’s The Rimini-Ferrara Line is a work that asks pointed questions about the truths of vibrant beauty and the strange experiences of investigational prose. In this graceful and sympathetic book, the author brings a musician’s ear and the strategic force of a Napoleon to the infinitely amusing world of Italian trains.

This is an unusual and experimental chapbook constructed with a coloured interior.



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