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J.A. Tyler

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J. A. Tyler is the author of the poetry collection Variations of a Brother War, the collaborative novel No One Told Me I Was Going to Disappear (co-authored with John Dermot Woods), and the hybrid novellas Water and Colony Collapse. His work has appeared with Diagram, Sleepingfish, Caketrain, The Fairytale Review, New York Tyrant, Black Warrior Review, and others. For more, visit: www.chokeonthesewords.com.


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message 2: by J.A.

J.A. I absolutely would recommend it, if not for the story, which was a bit hit or miss for me, then definitely for the way in which this book was produced - a mastery of paper and print, something really lovely to just hold and think about,


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Ryan Have only glanced at Tree of Codes. It looked very cool, disorienting at first, but then I figured it out. Would you recommend it?


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