The Aleatory Abyss by Evelyn Hampton


Evelyn Hampton’s long essay, The Aleatory Abyss is an essay about chance operations, spoofing, the election, people who live in malls, Mark [Baumer]’s walk, and trying to teach English composition at a rural community college. It’s available to read for free at Real Pants.

This is the pocket version. It’s 80 pages long, 4×6″, B&W.

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