An amazing book arrived in the mailbox, and though we've yet to read it, we MUST tell you about it. Woman's World, a novel by Graham Rawle, was "painstakingly assembled from 40,000 fragments of text snipped from women's magazines." Rawle is a writer and collage artist who used publications from the 1960s — plus scissors and glue — to create his text. It has to be seen to be believed — click the picture to see an example of what you're looking at while reading this tome. [, Amazon]

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