DAVID MOSCOVICH is a Romanian-American writer who performs or reads his texts by fragmenting, ricochetting, and refurnishing language until it meets its own devolution. Born into a family that escaped Romania at a time when fear and surveillance in the Ceaușescu regime was nearing its peak, Moscovich plays with glossolalia and collage to appropriate, self-appropriate and remix metafiction. A finalist for the 2013 Eric Hoffer Award for Best New Writing and a current Teachers & Writers Fellow at NYU, Moscovich lives in New York City and runs Louffa Press, a micro-press dedicated to printing innovative fiction.
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YOU ARE MAKE VERY IMPORTANT BATHTIME is about an expatriate in a foreign land and his failure to navigate the awkward seas of extreme culture clash. Set in contemporary Southern Japan, it is a celebration of the beauty of misunderstanding and the inadvertent poetry of bad grammar. Published by Journal of Experimental Fiction (Geneva, IL) and available at any bookstore.
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