Portable Po-Mo, Disposable Derrida, Foucault-To-Go.
This tiny manual provides an introduction to theoretical posturing, a commentary on post-modernism, a subversive satire, and a tribute to the love-hate relationship many of us have with fashionable ideas—all in a very few words.
Voted Best Humor Trade Paperback of 1998 (by someone at the Columbus Dispatch who wouldn’t return my calls).
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“Hey kids, look! It’s DerriDada, Holzer on the half-shell, The Little Red Book meets Baudrillard. Andrew Boyd has freeze-dried several decades of po-mo theory and avant-pop into koan-like statements that are fun to ponder, debate, and snicker over. Don’t be caught at the cyber cafe without Life’s Little Deconstruction Book in your laptop bag.”
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