Pseudepigraphy/wormhole

I suspected pseudepigraphy, not only because I knew that Herman lacked the imagination and skill to write such a stirring piece but also because of the uncanny parallels between his new book and critically acclaimed “Routine,” especially the scene in which the protagonists’ eyes become wormholes to the other’s souls.
-Gladys Potter

wormhole_graphicI found a hastily typed in note in my copy of Wormholes: Part Worm, Part Holes that read, “New York times accredited best book ever written by and love from, Diapers.” Was this pseudepigraphy actually typed into my book? I believe that if the fates are kind, then yes: yes it was.

–Cindy Capleton

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