…er than they are: Adventures in Space with Henri Lefebvre

Tom Liam Lynch gives a semi-literal account of writing a literature review that not only addresses the spatialization of literacy, but is written spatially.

You open your eyes and are immediately embarrassed. Though no one’s looking at you, you’re sure you were out cold for at least forty-five minutes. And you know you probably snored. In a library, of all places. Granted, the book you’re reading isn’t likely to be called a page-turner.

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