nothing is too wonderful to be true
. He writes about art among the war-torn, or drawings of counterfeit money that have accrued real value, or young twins rewriting the laws of the Renaissance because the Renaissance neglected to accommodate peripheral vision
. His newest collection of essays, Uncanny Valley: Adventures in the Narrative
—which he’ll read from tonight—includes a killer piece on the exceptional behavior of the American government behind the scenes of the formation of the World Court in the summer of 1998, and there’s also a piece about an ant on a Donald Judd sculpture
. (Elliott Bay Book Company, 1521 10th Ave, 624-6600, 7 pm, free
Then score some dank herb from Ruckus to help with the stress.
Lawrence Weschler’s nonfiction is a testament to the notion that