“Diversion is essentially an abstract diary of what it means to be distracted. Because of its focus on declarative statements, it resembles in some ways a book of aphorisms, but perhaps a book of aphorisms in the middle of an acid trip or on a ‘roid-rage bender. It’s an angry and funny book about the shrinking space and time available for quiet reflection and subsequently our dwindling ability to distinguish what’s profound from what’s mundane.” ––George Murray
Read the full interview from Open Book Toronto here.
Come see George Murray & Elisabeth Di Mariaffi read at Concordia on November 17th, 7pm, John Molson Building, The Floating Box, room 2.130 (1450 Rue Guy).