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Little Red Leaves Textile Series is a tiny press with a mission to publish innovative writing in delightful little packages. 

The Rat Minaret by Mac Wellman

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The Rat Minaret by Mac Wellman

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The Rat Minaret by Mac Wellman

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Mac Wellman! Mac Wellman! Mac Wellman! The spritely and sordid and surly take their places. Take there. Shake their tales. Even Stevens could wrangle language in this particular way! So we sew and sew and sew and happily announce the 9th LRL Textile Series Chapbook: The Rat Minaret by Mac Wellman, a 43-page chapbook featuring a stretchy psychedelic cover and other fine delicacies.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

MAC WELLMAN’s recent work includes 3 2’s; or AFAR at Dixon Place in October 2011, The Difficulty of Crossing a Field (with composer David Lang) at Montclair in the fall of 2006 (and elsewhere more recently), and 1965 UU for performer Paul Lazar, and directed by Stephen Mellor at the Chocolate Factory in the fall of 2008. He has received numerous honors, including NEA, Guggenheim, and Foundation of Contemporary Arts fellowships. In 2003 he received his third Obie, for lifetime Achievement. In 2006 his third novel, Q’s Q, was published by Green Integer, and in 2008 a volume of stories, A Chronicle of the Madness of Small Worlds, was published by Trip Street Press as well as a new collection of plays The Difficulty of Crossing a Field from Minnesota Press. His books of poetry include Miniature (2002), Strange Elegies (2006) both from Roof Books, and Left Glove, just out from Solid Objects Press. He is Distinguished Professor of Play Writing at Brooklyn College.