The Seeming Unreality of Entomology
By Lawrence Sutin
The Seeming Unreality of Entomology is a never-before published erasure book by Lawrence Sutin. It is a dream of spacious interspecies unity that also warns against the dire threat of knowing too much and finding it too little. Some of the pictures are funny.
Of Sutin’s work in the erasure genre, a Nepalese Sherpa has written: “When commencing a climb of a challenging peak, the last thing one wants to take along is a largish book with such engrossing content that it causes one to lose one’s way. If I were to pack such a book, I would pack Lawrence Sutin’s The Seeming Unreality of Etymology."
(See Double Press, 2016).