Subjects With Objects, Volume 1

Subjects With Objects, Volume 1 by DKM
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fiction Arts, Humor
For readers of:T. S. Eliot, Tim Powers, John Hodgman, Douglas Adams, G K Chesterton
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Print Length117 pages
PublisherRabbit Room Press
Publication DateJune 15, 2013
About the Book

Being a record of what happens when a shadowy public spaces painter sets up in a pub & executes spontaneous, off-kilter, stream-of-consciousness portraits at a rate of one painting per pint, then gives those portraits into the keeping of an ephemeral poet & song lyricist who places a finer point on them by distilling their essences into a line or two of unsettling, witty, & cabalistically penetrating poetic prose, the result being a tome that is one part gargoyle mixed with one part icon and in which you will likely find, DEAR READER, your soul's visage portrayed and your deepest secrets laid bare.

Such is the nature of this book.

About the Author

No one really knows who Subjects With Objects author DKM is or what he does. He is a mystery even to himself. There are few photos of DKM in existence. There is only one known photo of him with a beard eating a sandwich. The reason that sounds funny is because beards don't eat sandwiches.

"Subjects With Objects" illustrator Jonathan Richter was born in 1972 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He attended the Otis Parsons Art Institute, and for the past 12 years has been operating an animation and art studio in Nashville, Tennessee. Often described by onlookers as a cross between Egon Schiele and Gomer Pyle, Jonathan produces animation in his studio and produces paintings and other small indiscretions in pubs, restaurants, and other public spaces. Jonathan lives in Nashville with his wife, Verónica and their three children.

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