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Below is the introduction to the "How to Write a Resumé.." excerpts presented in my compendium bk entitled "footnotes":

How to Write a Resumé - Volume II: Making a Good First Impression.

How to Write a Resumé was mostly written before Yet Another SlowBurning Feast.. &, when Laura & I were traveling, I had a manuscript w/ me to shop around. cris cheek, in London, ex
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paperback, 211 pages
Published 1991
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Brian
Jan 21, 2008 Brian rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Those interested in conceptual trepanation
I would like to give this book a more thorough review, but it has been some time since I have read it and I do not have most of my books with me here in Germany. Like most of the material I have seen from Tent it is rather convoluted and dense and, of course, challenging. But this is what makes it good and I remember that it took me a while to try to "get into" the book, i.e., achieve a suitable frame of mind so that something could cross over from the book into my brain by some process. This is ...more
Ben
Jan 21, 2008 Ben rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: anyone with a sense of humor
I will admit the author is a friend of mine. However, I bought this book years before we met; I even have the first edition with the crinkly-cut edges on it.

There's some great stories in this book, some of which is laugh-out-loud funny. The Luskin's (? it's been a while) story in particular is a classic.

How can I even describe what's in here? It's largely memoirs, or perhaps more accurately first-person documentation of tENT's active questioning of everything....umm...I'm not describing this wel
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Emily
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Feb 07, 2008
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Alas, some GoodReads fiend has removed my date of death! I had it as "September 3, 1953" - before my date of birth so that my death won't happen in my lifetime. Some humorless GR person must want me to die. Foo on them.

OTHERWISE, please read this extensive interview w/ me by poet/essayist Alan Davies as part of "Otoliths 27" ( http://the-otolith.blogspot.com.au/20... ). It's a DOOZY, I promise. I
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footnotes t he book, t he referent 4 wch consists of, t he non-materialized transparent punch-outs from a, letter/whatever stencil Telepathy Receptivity Training Not Necessarily NOT Very Important Paradigm Shift Knuckle Sandwich & other examples of P.N.T. (Perverse Number Theory)

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