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Stripmalling

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Published by ECW Press in Chicago .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24249457M
ISBN 109781554908592
OCLC/WorldCa503435051


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[6]. Stripmalling by Jon Paul Fiorentino An apparently unread copy in perfect condition. Dust cover is intact; pages are clean and are not marred by notes or folds of any kind. An ex-library book and may have standard library stamps and/or stickers. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend Stripmalling book.

Genre/Form: Fiction: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fiorentino, Jon Paul. Stripmalling. Toronto: ECW Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type. Part graphic novel, part journal, this tale follows one young man's embarrassing and hilarious journey to literary awareness.

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Jonny lives and works in a suburban strip mall but dreams of being a. Stripmalling ’s protagonist is the author as himself and a fictional younger version of himself.

It explores recreational drug use, sexuality coupled with mid-life crises. The good, the bad, and the ugly Ok, so I have received quite a few reviews for Stripmalling now.

The reviews have been an interesting mix. I've just finished studying your book Stripmalling for a contemporary lit class at CapU and i wanted to say thank you because of all the books i've had to read this is the only on that made me laugh.

Stripmalling by Jon Paul Fiorentino w/ Evan Munday on the pencils Published April Fool’s Day by ECW Press ISBN: The Recommend: The best little genre-busting kinda graphic novel of This book, set in the heart of Canada, Continue reading →.

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Jon Paul Fiorentino is the author of the short story collection I'M NOT SCARED OF YOU OR ANYTHING (Anvil Press, ), the poetry collections, LEAVING MILE END (Anvil Press) and NEEDS IMPROVEMENT (Coach House Books, ), the novel Stripmalling, which was shortlisted for the Paragraphe Hugh MacLennan Prize for Fiction, and five previous poetry collections, including THE.

Evan Munday is the illustrator of the novel Stripmalling, written by Jon Paul Fiorentino (ECW ), and is the cartoonist behind the self-published comic book, Quarter-Life Crisis, set in a post-apocalyptic Toronto.

He works as a book publicist for Coach House Books. The Dead Kid Detective Agency is his first novel. He lives in Toronto, ON.

The characters in I'm not Scared of You or Anything are invigilators, fake martial arts experts, buskers, competitive pillow fighters, drug runners, and, of course, grad students. This collection of comedic short stories and exploratory texts is the ninth book by the critically.

Jon Paul Fiorentino is the author of the novel Stripmalling, which was shortlisted for the Paragraphe Hugh MacLennan Prize for Fiction, and four poetry collections, including The Theory of the Loser Class, which was shortlisted for the A.

Klein Prize, and his most recent collection, Indexical Elegies, won the CBC Book Club 'Bookie' Award for Best Book of Poetry. Edited by Jon Paul Fiorentino.

Jon Paul Fiorentino’s first novel is Stripmalling (ECW, ).His most recent book of poetry is The Theory of the Loser Class (Coach House Books, ). He is the author of the poetry book Hello Serotonin (Coach House Books, ) and the humour book Asthmatica (Insomniac Press, ).

His most recent editorial projects are the anthologies Career Suicide. It is published by Coach House Books. Stripmalling is Fiorentino's first novel and is published by ECW Press.

The dual launch will take place at 7 p.m. Admission is free (though the nips and fries. However semi-biographical the bumbling main character from Stripmalling may be, Fiorentino has shed Jonny's oafish ineptitude and established himself among Canada's literary best with this book.

And to all who have been procrastinating moulding that great idea into that next great novel, Fiorentino offers a word of advice. All books set in Winnipeg on the global book map.

We found 84 books set in Winnipeg and 6 others set nearby. Stripmalling was the book I ended up with. Similar to The Secret Loves of Geek Girls, this book is a mix of mediums: prose, poetry and comics, and centers around a. Some say that you can tell what kind of person someone is by the books that person reads.

I really hope that's not true. Regardless, I've been keeping track of every book I've read cover-to-cover since Here you go, world. Judge away.

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The hero, Jonny, is a year-old aspiring writer and instructor at a “mildly respectable university” in. Stripmalling is both a semi-autobiographical first novel from Winnipeg-born author Jon Paul Fiorentino and something more complex and metafictional.

The hero, Jonny, is a year-old aspiring writer and instructor at a “mildly respectable university” in Montreal (Fiorentino teaches at Concordia).4/5(66).

Snare Books is a Canadian independent book publisher. Founded in spring ofand located in Montreal, Quebec, Snare Books is a publisher of contemporary poetry and prose make a point of publishing Canadian authors who specialize in experimental gh their main focus is on poetry, Snare Books has more recently expanded to pushing a limited number of experimental Founder: Jon Paul Fiorentino and Robert Allen.

Poetry Book Launch: Needs Improvement by local writer Jon Paul Fiorentino By Pamela Fillion Sep 6, Sep 6, Earlier this summer, I began journeying back into the world of poetry reading, a scene I had exited almost five years ago, and attended one of Montreal’s new reading series organized by local poet Klara Du Plessis at the lovely.

Her newest book is the novel All the Broken Things. Evan Munday is the illustrator of the novel Stripmalling by Jon Paul Fiorentino (ECW Press) and DOOM: Love Poems for. With links to intense poetic works like John Berryman’s Dream Songs, Gilbert Sorrentino’s Corrosive Sublimate and Erin Mouré’s Furious, Jon Paul Fiorentino’s new collection is a whip-smart poetic investigation of anxiety in all its many manifestations.

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Jon Paul Fiorentino is the author of the novel Stripmalling, which was shortlisted for the Paragraphe Hugh MacLennan Prize for Fiction, and four poetry collections, including The Theory of the Loser Class, which was shortlisted for the A.

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Jon Paul Fiorentino is a writer and editor. He is author of a novel called "Stripmalling" (ECW).His books of poetry include "The Theory of the Loser Class," "Indexical Elegies," "Needs Improvement," and "Hello Serotonin" (Coach House Books).The humour book "Asthmatica" was published in (Insomniac Press).Editorial projects include the anthologies "Career Suicide!.

—Kirkus Book Reviews (September ) "Munday's new series is a welcome black sheep to this literary family, touching on various historical periods with tongue placed firmly in cheek.

Fun, fresh and punchy, The Dead Kid Detective Agency adds life and a good dose of humour to Canadian history." — (September 9 Brand: ECW Press. 1. Let me point those of you who may care to my first riff on William Gaddis’s J R, which I wrote about half way into the book, and which will likely provide more context than I’m prepared to offerthere might be spoilers ahead.

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