“Stingray Clapping” by Andrew Choate


Perhaps what is most thrilling about Stingray Clapping, Andrew Choate’s enigmatic collection of tonal, non-sequitur phrases, is that the book compels the reader to imagine the amoral absurdities of phrases not (yet) part of the cultural lexicon. In it, aphorisms exile its reader from virtue. Lists categorize randomness. Idioms, at best, address a parallel world […]