The new book, published by Semiotext(e), focuses in on the oddities and normalities of contemporary culture, moving freely between fact and fiction through “accidental stories”, made-up interviews and critical essays on a range of cultural figures, including Oprah, the Kennedy women, and Hilda Doolittle.
The LA launch brings readings by both Rutkoff as well as fellow writer Chris Kraus (I Love Dick).
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