Physical Culture: A Novelby Hillary Louise Johnson
"Hillary Johnson in the 1980s was a writer so far ahead of her time practically no one understood what she was doing," Madison Smartt Bell wrote in the Huffington Post in 2011./em>
Originally published in 1989 by Poseidon Press in the US and Pandora Press in the UK, Physical Culture was translated into Dutch and Spanish, but failed to achieve a wide audience.
"Hillary Johnson in the 1980s was a writer so far ahead of her time practically no one understood what she was doing," Madison Smartt Bell wrote in the Huffington Post in 2011. "Physical Culture describes levels of self-mutilation that put it over the top at a time when 'transgressive' fiction was supposedly in vogue."
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this is one of the few books that i could acually read through without a yawn, i recommend it to anyone who likes a good book