Tales from the Bottom of the Glass

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Philip Fullman’s Tales from the Bottom of the Glass is a collection of poems that originally appeared on wet bar napkins, match books, and any other scrap of paper he could get his hands on while he worked his way down to the bottom of another glass.

The stories are personal, but the experiences are universal.

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About Philip Fullman

Philip Fullman is an avid indoorsman who began making up stories in his head at an early age. Years later he finds himself unable to stop. A clinically diagnosed introvert, he can often be found staring off in to space with a cigar in one hand and a pen in the other. He should not be approached until he's had at least one cup of coffee.

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Rod Barnes reviewed on May 15, 2013

One of the only books in my life I've read in one sitting. The others being Philip's other epic "Maybe a Song, Maybe a Poem, Maybe a Short Story", and "Love Story"...because it was short. This is provocative insight into this anti-Superman possessing the ability to get me thinking about things that don't really matter at all whilst being bombarded with everything depressing. His superpower of ultra-vulnerable Bondesqu brings to light some of the undergirdings of human emotional development and makes me laugh. I can see him now, slumped over at his desk, unlit cigar loosely hanging between two fingers, a bit of drool out of the corner of his mouth, trying to remember the words to the singing vagina song. A little off-the-wall, insightful, funny, and hey, under 2 bucks! Worth a read.
(reviewed 76 days after purchase)
Cara Jacobs reviewed on April 21, 2013

If you ever wanted to sneak into the mind - and heart - of a man, this is your chance. Fullman's writing is raw, provocative, and always entertaining.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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