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  • Writing Against Timeby Michael Clune

    Stanford University Press 2013; US$ 22.95

    For centuries, a central goal of art has been to make us see the world with new eyes. Thinkers from Edmund Burke to Elaine Scarry have understood this effort as the attempt to create new forms. But as anyone who has ever worn out a song by repeated listening knows, artistic form is hardly immune to sensation-killing habit. Some of our most ambitious... more...

  • American Literature and the Free Market, 1945?2000by Michael W. Clune

    Cambridge University Press 2009; US$ 23.00

    This book considers the fascination with the free market and the economic world evident within postwar literature. more...

  • White Outby Michael W Clune

    Hazelden Publishing 2013; US$ 14.95

    How do you describe an addiction in which the drug of choice creates a hole in your memory, a “white out,? so that every time you use it is the first time--new, fascinating, and vivid? Michael W. Clune?s original, edgy yet literary telling of his own story takes us straight inside such an addiction--what he calls the Memory Disease. With black... more...

  • Gamelifeby Michael W. Clune

    The Text Publishing Company 2015; US$ 32.99

    Portrait of the artist as a young gamer. Gamelife is part memoir of childhood in the eighties, part meditation on the imaginative world of computer games?and altogether wonderful, luminous and profound. Michael Clune's first computer game is the text-based adventure 'Suspended' in which the player types commands, directing robots to save the planet... more...

  • Gamelifeby Michael W. Clune

    Farrar, Straus and Giroux 2015; US$ 25.99

    You have been awakened. Floppy disk inserted, computer turned on, a whirring, and then this sentence, followed by a blinking cursor. So begins Suspended , the first computer game to obsess seven-year-old Michael, to worm into his head and change his sense of reality. Thirty years later he will write: "Computer games have taught me the things you... more...

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