A collection of creative and theoretical writings on the nature of performance, writing, art, reading, life, death, and collaboration, written by founder member of the American performance group Goat Island, Matthew Goulish.
Astute and philosophically expansive performative writing.
Routledge, London, 2000, 214 pages, 21.3cm x 15.7 cm.
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