Blankety Blank: A Memoir of Vulgaria
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|Author||D. Harlan Wilson|
|Cover artist||almacan & Brandon Duncan|
|Genre||Irrealism, Bizarro, Science Fiction, Horror, Postmodernism, Memoir, Novel|
|Publisher||Raw Dog Screaming Press|
|Preceded by||Dr. Identity|
|Followed by||Technologized Desire|
The novel critiques the idea of the memoir as a form of truth-telling and problematizes history and narrative itself as possible modes of truth. It contains various “short histories” and literary devices that are flagrantly inaccurate or misguided, all in a way that underscores the constructedness of the human condition, as well as humanity’s collective racist tendencies.
- Killian, Lara (30 November 2008). "Blankety Blank: A Memoir of Vulgaria by D. Harlan Wilson". PopMatters.