Soft Cover, English, Glue Binding, 144 Pages, 2000
The book contains introduction by Jim Sponto plus stories and texts by other authors
Finding One´s voice. This is the central task that faces all of us in our lives. To speak in the voice of another is a dreadful thing. It is like being a ventriloquist´s dummy. Or a parrot. Or a moron. But how does one find one´s own voice? It can be a difficult thing to find. I am speaking in my own voice right now. I have been speaking in my own voice for five years. Before I found my own voice I spoke in the voice of Elton John who is a twat. He is also a bender. This was terrible. Since I found my own voice I have been much happier. I found my own voice one day whilst listening to a dog barking and I have never looked back.