From the archives: Straight talk

It’s a mini-zine. It measures about 2 x 4 inches. It consists entirely of dictionary entries, fourteen of them, one per page in plain text. The presentation is understated and deadpan. And it packs a considerable punch.

Straight Talk, by H. Melt, is a poetic dictionary that ponders the social identity of straightness.

This review was originally published on the Read/Writer blog of Read/Write Library Chicago on July 30, 2014. See also PDF.

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