BERNADETTE MAYER'S UTOPIA
Utopian Copyright :) by Bernadette Mayer
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“The fruit of unripe wisdom.”
“If this woman would stop writing Utopias, she might be a good worker for the Cause.”
“Mayer’s Utopia is hilarious but in her personal life I’ve noticed that she lacks a sense of humor kind of like me.”
“As another author of this same book I would like to say that I have read Bernadette’s Utopia and am puzzled about what kind of world has provoked it. You see I am not living. However, I like it very much and recommend it to your reading, though the emphasis on sex is disproportionate.”
“Mayer’s Utopia is Herland become intellectual. Onward!”
-Charlotte Perkins Gilman
“My pal Bernadette has picked up a few good tricks from me but mostly she’s stuck in some amazing boondoggled cosmic exactitude of no-nothingness that makes me wanna scream at her homeopathic dosage of love and experience. Whatsa matter with us?”
“Utopia’s a terrific book, though I hate it intensely.”
“Darling Bernadette this shit couldn’t be better I’m proud of you.”
“I do believe Mayer is one fo the few humans living (as I am not) who has read my ‘Ode to Charles Fourier’ ”.
“Bernadette Mayer did not spend enough time in the room misnamed her study thought she has had a fly-by-night affair with me and thus I am willing to write this blurb for her outrageously plagaristic utopia from which I have learned many things about twentieth century prose style.”
“The man is the man and the woman is the woman no matter what; this Mayer has clear in her head, despite the bulky world.”
“As for the sublime, little one, eat lobsters in your time.”
“I wish I were still living to understand this book.”
“Not a bad book.”