Fiction. Assembled from soundbytes, lists, landscapes, and found objects, Craig Foltz's writing chases the day to day lives of our contemporaries down absurdist avenues. Imagine a world where words pass through walls; where the banal and the analytic co-exist on delicate, but sturdy tethers. Wry, beguiling, and evocative, WE USED TO BE EVERYWHERE provides a transcript for the post-language milieu.
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Craig Foltz is a writer and multi-media artist whose work has appeared in numerous journals, galleries, and performance spaces in both hemispheres. He is the author of THE STATES (2007) and WE USED TO BE EVERYWHERE (2013), both from Ugly Duckling Presse. He has published two chapbooks, The BBQ Killers and Coming Up For Air on the now famously hard-to-spot Loudmouth Collective. He lives on the slopes of a dormant volcano in New Zealand where the progeny from Kahikatea will always be king. Author City: AUCKLAND NZL