Glad You're Not Me

Book Five of Jonathan Harnisch An Alibiography, Glad You re Not Me, takes the act of transgression to another level Harnisch, the author himself, discovers he has been fictionalized as a character in an old friend s chapbook, and decides to come out of the woodwork as a real person, The Mentally Ill Artist, in this explicit transgressive reaction chapbook.
Glad You re Not Me Book Five of Jonathan Harnisch An Alibiography Glad You re Not Me takes the act of transgression to another level Harnisch the author himself discovers he has been fictionalized as a character in

  • Title: Glad You're Not Me
  • Author: Jonathan Harnisch
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 235
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    1. Thanks to Netgalley and Babydude Press for an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review.For the first time I’m at loss of words to describe this book, or what I felt reading it. This was written by a Mentally Ill Artist, or an Artist diagnosed with a Mental Illness (the joke was lost on the Portland Mental Association as well as on me) and it is an insight on the ramblings of a diseased mind.It was meant to be transgressive erotica, but again, that meaning was lost on me as well. Good [...]

    2. OUTLINE1. ContractHarnisch the writer, the disturbed artist, hereby states that he will engage only in healthy, positive, consensual, non-violent erotica. 2. Mentally Ill ArtistHarnisch made an—in his words, illuminating—three-part documentary about being a Mentally Ill Artist; specifically, about coping with schizoaffective disorder. Ironically, a mental health organization dismissed his label without watching the video, stating he was not a mentally ill artist, but rather an artist with a [...]

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