I'm proud to announce the publication of NF Huth's Radiator.
"Nancy Huth's Radiator, is a fiercely stubborn book comprised of precisely realized palimpsests and composite ghosts. Quotidian in its impetus, working out from the worries and delights of everyday life, utterly riveting in its fugue-like realizations, this volume limns a domestic metaphysics in situ which is suffused with sadness, wisdom and sense perceptions. Add to that the moments within it that one might want to dance to. I love this book. It's a sleeper bomb. It reads quietly but won't go away. It sticks with you like the tattoo you didn't know that you needed." -- Tom Beckett
"NF Huth is a dweller in language - she moves strategically forward making text Huthly hers, an architecture she invites us to inhabit. "I sniff the baseboards for a plan." Words like scrunch, clanking, hissing, pokes, pointy, clacking, stony, squint, squeak - become the small sounds made just before tectonic plates shift. (domesti)Cities made in dust, in partially seen images of the viewed lover in a steamy bathroom shower. These gossamer intangibles of dailyness finally become ours in this book. "Certainly now: this parenthetical life" becomes as important a place for our waking territories as our woken ones. This is a book to hold close. -- Anne Gorrick.
I published it because I think it's even better than the blurbs. I can't remember the last time I read something this full of heart.
Availabe from lulu here.
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