Max Sipowicz reviews 'Mr Unpronounceable and the Infinity of Nightmares' by Tim Molloy

Max Sipowicz reviews 'Mr Unpronounceable and the Infinity of Nightmares' by Tim Molloy

Mr Unpronounceable and the Infinity of Nightmares

by Tim Molloy

Milk Shadow Books $21.99 pb, 190 pp, 9780992508258

Mr Unpronounceable and the Infinity of Nightmares is the third volume of Tim Molloy's stories featuring Mr Unpronounceable, a modern-day shaman inhabiting a surreal universe of twisted and interfolded worlds. Time is relative here: each story is a section or a causal twist within another story. The narrative appears to make sense, only to be contradicted by the logic of ensuing story.

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Max Sipowicz

Max Sipowicz

Max Sipowicz is a writer, critic, and philosopher from Melbourne. He is currently undertaking an MA in philosophy at Monash University. His work has appeared in various online outlets. He currently contributes criticism to The Book Review of Books, and is working his way through Kant’s philosophical output.

See: www.maxsipowicz.tumblr.com

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