Paris 60

Paris 60

Paris 60

Short-Fiction Collection by Harold Jaffe

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Literary Nonfiction. The 60 entries that constitute Paris 60 were recorded during Harold Jaffe's Spring 2008 Paris visit to greet the translation into French of one of his earlier volumes. Based loosely on Baudelaire's Paris Spleen, 1869, Paris 60 is both factual and fictionalized. Baudelaire was Parisian. Although a frequent visitor, usually for professional reasons, Jaffe is a self-acknowledged outsider, and his texts are written from that position.



About the Author

Harold Jaffe is the author of 24 volumes of fiction, docufiction, and non-fiction, including Goosestep (JEF Books, 2016), Revolutionary BrainOthello Blues (JEF Books, 2014); Paris 60 (JEF Books, 2013); OD: Docufictions (JEF Books, 2012); Induced ComaAnti-Twitter: 150 50-Word StoriesJesus Coyote15 Serial KillersBeyond the Techno-Cave: A Guerrilla's Guide to Post-Millennial CultureTerror-dot-GovStraight RazorSex for the MillenniumEros Anti-Eros (City Lights Publishers, 1990); False PositiveBeastsMourning Crazy HorseMadonna & Other Spectacles; and Dos Indios. Jaffe's writing has been translated widely, most recently in Romania, Turkey, France, Japan, Italy, and Cuba. Jaffe is editor-in-chief of Fiction International.

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