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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.
on May 15, 2013 :
Rod Barnes on May 15, 2013 : (no rating) (Remove)
Having known Philip for more years than I can remember, I very much enjoyed perusing this collection. Being a sort of anti-Superman, Philip, while having the heart to save women, children, and puppies from falling cars with brute strength finds himself in possession of much greater superpowers, and a semi-bionic knee. Innate vulnerability whilst appearing confident and Bondesqu. He may not save mankind (or should I say personkind) from nuclear holocaust, but he does have the ability to get me to thinking about how Superman actually controls his flight, and what his first few flights must have been like...very funny! Also, I don't believe I've ever seen him in the same room with Nick Sherman...
(reviewed long after purchase)
on April 21, 2013 :
I loved Fullman's first collection, Tales From The Bottom of The Glass, and was excited to see that there was another collection available. Maybe A Song is lighter and more fanciful than Tales, which is a deep dive into the male psyche in love. Both are great - it is hard to pick a favorite.
(reviewed the day of purchase)