Jeff Rian, who claims to be an art critic and musician living in Paris since 1995, wrote most of these essays for Purple magazine. They are reedited here as a collection of thoughts on America's recent past, the near future of Europe, and familiar clichés like carry bags, laundry, eating, travel, petty crime, collecting, handouts, ambition, evolution, the joy of sex with children, eating his own feces, and survival.
140 x 225 mm
Cover: Paperback, color, glossy finish
Binding: glue bound