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by Ducomet Rikki,Rikki Ducornet
Pages: 172 pages
Category: Short Stories & Anthologies
Publisher: Dalkey Archive Press (October 1, 1999)
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Ducornet is the subject of the Steely Dan song "Rikki Don't Lose That Number. The Complete Butcher's Tales (1994). The Word 'Desire' (1997). The One Marvelous Thing (2008).
Erica DeGre (1943-04-19) April 19, 1943 (age 76) Canton, New York. Ducornet is the subject of the Steely Dan song "Rikki Don't Lose That Number. Steely Dan singer Donald Fagen had met her while both were attending Bard College. Ducornet says they met at a college party, and even though she was both pregnant and married at the time, he gave her his number. Ducornet was intrigued.
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From illustrator-author Ducornet (The Jade Cabinet, 1993, et., nearly 60 stories .
Written with great verve and a tirelessly original imagination, these tales, though often quite brilliant in their evocation of an individual sensation or idea, cumulatively pall, if not exhaust. Written with great verve and a tirelessly original imagination, these tales, though often quite brilliant in their evocation of an individual sensation or idea, cumulatively pall, if not exhaust.
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Rikki Ducornet Praise for Rikki Ducornet: A novelist whose vocabulary sweats with a kind of lyrical heat.
The Fan-Maker's Inquisition is a novel about books and the reveries that engender them, about the intrinsic necessity of the sovereign imagination, and about the risks of passionate living and thinking. Praise for Rikki Ducornet: A novelist whose vocabulary sweats with a kind of lyrical heat. New York Times Ducornet-surrealist, absurdist, pure anarchist at times-is one of our most accomplished writers, adept at seizing on the perfect details and writing with emotion and cool detachment simultaneously.
The Complete Butcher's Tales (1994). From The Star Chamber (as "Rikki") Fiddlehead Poetry Books, Fredericton NB (1974). Bouche a Bouche by Guy Ducornet & Rikki, Soror, Paris (1975). Weird Sisters (as "Rikki") Intermedia, Vancouver (1976). Knife Notebook (as "Rikki") Fiddlehead Poetry Books, Vancouver (1977). The Illustrated Universe (as "Rikki") Aya Press, Toronto (1979)
Rikki Ducornet born Erica DeGre, (born April 191949) in Canton, New York is an American postmodernist, writer, poet, and artist. hort Fiction Collections.
Rikki Ducornet born Erica DeGre, (born April 191949) in Canton, New York is an American postmodernist, writer, poet, and artist. Her father was a professor of sociology, and her mother hosted community-interest programs on radio and television. Ducornet grew up on the campus of Bard College in New York, earning a . in Fine Arts from the same institution in 1964. From The Star Chamber" (as "Rikki") Fiddlehead Poetry Books, Fredericton NB (1974). Bouche a Bouche" by Guy Ducornet & Rikki, Soror, Paris (1975).
In the fantastic tradition of Borges, Bruno Schulz, Angela Carter, and H. P. Lovecraft, here are nearly sixty unforgettable stories that ignore the confines of space and time to offer, among other times and places: a cabinet of curiosities in contemporary Cairo, an alvhemical ceiling in 18th-century Naples, the hallucinatory inner worlds of psychotics, anthropomorphic planets, and an Old West ruled by necromancy.This expanded, revised edition collects the complete short stories of one of the most immaginative writers of our time.