The Day We Delay

  • Title: The Day We Delay
  • Author: Michael J. Seidlinger
  • ISBN: 9780984603756
  • Page: 108
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Day We Delay The Day We Delay is ambitious challenging and intensely cerebral Michael J Seidlinger writes for the aspiring rat in all of us building mysterious and puzzling catacombs of language You never know
    The Day We Delay is ambitious, challenging, and intensely cerebral Michael J Seidlinger writes for the aspiring rat in all of us, building mysterious and puzzling catacombs of language You never know what the next page is going to look like, where the next corridor is going to lead you, or how disoriented you re going to get, but you will not forget this utterly unique eThe Day We Delay is ambitious, challenging, and intensely cerebral Michael J Seidlinger writes for the aspiring rat in all of us, building mysterious and puzzling catacombs of language You never know what the next page is going to look like, where the next corridor is going to lead you, or how disoriented you re going to get, but you will not forget this utterly unique experience Make sure you apply deodorant Nick Antosca, author of Midnight Picnic.Michael J Seidlinger writes, It begins with the debut the courageous must tear down the preceding blockades with a crippling catastrophe To which I respond It begins here, with this debut novel the author courageously tearing down the preceding traditions with a formally crippling and linguistically catastrophical adventure Lily Hoang, author of Parabola.Seidlinger s novel reminds us what it is to write with a blade While so many other readers are clustering round the hind of books to make a gravity well of contempt for bold adventurism in writing, The Day We Delay is both vertiginous and visceral, a scorching indictment of contemporary s in that computer prompt domain where the poetic is sundered by a Cuisinart of literary static Kane X Faucher, author of The Infinite Library The Day We Delay dares the reader to understand it, and by doing so urges a reevaluation of the traditional understanding of narrative as a vehicle for empathy Seidlinger s fiction is instead a vehicle by which we search for the basis of our assumed need for human connection The Day We Delay is a coded manifesto as labyrinthine and full of possibilities as the empty high rise that anchors the book s opening pages Caleb J Ross, author of Stranger Will.The Day We Delay is a character sketch of our generation a meditation on consumerism revealing not just the failings of the system itself, but the extent to which it dehumanizes and destroys the real people involved Seidlinger s writing, as ever, is impossibly virtuosic and absolutely inimitable The result is an ode to the murder of capitalism both unnerving and eerily familiar, the insistence that there was something to find once and there will be again, if there is time Kyle Muntz, author of Sunshine in the Valley.In The Day We Delay, a sprawling philosophical fable on how to live or not as a 21st century Man of in Action, Michael J Seidlinger maps the what and why of every waking moment There s an urgency here to be, i.e to do something, anything with the over thinking mind hyper focused on status and the legend of legacy as frontline means of dis engagement And who will you be today The beautiful, the courageous, the majority, the reticent Either and or, we re all extras in the end How then to be viable in body and soul There is only go ne Jes s ngel Garc a, author of badbadbad.

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    1. It was interesting to go back and look at this earlier Seidlinger after experiencing his more recent works first. I dug the bare power of the lines and the challenge involved in the thought, though it was definitely interesting to see how much more subtle Seidlinger has become in his more recent works, more layered. In this one, the examination of roles and identity, modern life, is right on the surface. It seems more cerebral than the more recent works, but I don't think it really is. I just th [...]

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    2. In The Day We Delay, a sprawling philosophical fable on how to live (or not) as a 21st century Man of (in)Action, Michael J. Seidlinger explores the what and why of every waking moment. There’s an urgency here to be, i.e to do—something, anything—with the (over)thinking mind (hyper)focused on status and the legend of legacy as frontline means of (dis)engagement. And who will you be today? The beautiful, the courageous, the majority, the reticent? Either/and/or, we’re all extras in the en [...]

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    3. I may have said it already in a shining endorsement via the back cover blurb, but I can say that readers really should not blanch from the abrasive nature of this book. The reward really comes in perseverance. It is almost cliche to make the analogy with the taking of drugs for the first time, with that one seasoned user who states "don't fight it," but it is very true in this case. This book will take you on a "trip," so to speak, but you have to let it. Let the narrative dictate your mood, you [...]

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    4. An abstract and avant-garde critique of modern society, with a bit of an emphasis on consumerism. This is done through the multiple perspectives of those deemed The Courageous, The Witness, The Vicious, The Civilian, The Bystander, The Extra, The Strict Professional, The Compulsory, The Host, The Prodigy and the Reticent. A weighty and very serious tone dominates the narrative in the book. Much of what we are and how we behave as present day people were both deconstructed and harshly degenerated [...]

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    5. I guess I didn't get it. I think I needed a bit more framework to understand what was going on.

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    6. I am getting this FREE, from ,THANK YOU. I will be happy to give a review,after reading it. Okay,I read it but honestly,it was not for me.No doubt this man is a fine writer,but my reading is alot different,and my brain is not as expanded as Mr.Seidlinger's,And I say that in all earnestness.I thank you for giving me an opportunity to read your book,and I will find someone to read it and enjoy.

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