Feed, an act of communication between its author (Tommy Pico) and the reader, contains, like all of our favourite books here at the OJPL Book of the Month Selection Committee, brilliant puns (and more!). Called “funny,” “irreverent,” and “profound” by Tommy Orange (featured previously in an OJPL Newsletter Whatcha Reading? segment), Feed is really really worthwhile reading probably. Like, it is but good and you should read it if you want to. It’s like, a very long poem? A recipe for how to do science? Part of a tetralogy?
Anyway, this is definitely the sort of writing that the OJPL likes to ingest, and Feed is now officially our second ever OJPL Book of the Month, even though we still have some 23 pages left to read. It’s just that good probably.
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