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Intimate Correspondence
Alan Sobrino

Drawing inspiration from the eighteenth-century French novel "Les Liaisons Dangereuses," this epistolary work delves into the twisted and sensual escapades of Valmont and M. Merteuil, their experiences unveiled through a series of exchanged letters.

Unlike typical epistolary novels, "Intimate Correspondence" aims to recreate the genuine letter-receiving experience by sending five meticulously handwritten (printed) letters via mail, a process slated for completion in eight months. It's important to note that the novel's content is explicitly sexual and intended for mature readers.

Errant Press, 2023

A book can also exist as an autonomous and self-sufficient form, including perhaps a text that emphasizes that form, a text that is an organic part of that form: here begins the new art of making books. (Ulises Carrion)

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