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Stephen Marche's Love and the Mess We're In: typography + literature = art

Stephen Marche and Andrew Steeves take pride in the fact that Love and the Mess We're In is unabashedly paper-centric

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Love and the Mess We're In by Stephen Marche: Between the covers ...

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... is a poignant, fractured narrative of adultery and madness ...

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... that is sometimes laid out in parallel columns like a script ...

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... sometimes in typographic patterns like concrete poetry ...

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... and sometimes like flowing waves set sideways.

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