"[I]n all this fooling about with form, something serious is at stake."

The Los Angeles Times reviewed Vanishing Point, the new collections from Ander Monson, via Minneapolis’ Graywolf Press. The article gives a cogent summary of a very unusual book–part memoir, part meditation on reality: “Vanishing Point asks hard questions about the limits, possibilities and responsibilities of nonfiction, questions that are especially relevant in a culture obsessed with reality television, virtual reality role-playing games and tell-all books.” (The full review is here.)

You can find out more about Ander Monson and his essays when he visits Magers & Quinn this summer. He’ll be reading at the store on
Tuesday, June 15, at 7:30pm. Details are here.–David E