Sparse Black Whimsy: A Memoir by MSW

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Sparse Black Whimsy: A Memoir by MSW

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MSW's debut collection of flash memoir pieces.


released april 20, 2017. 106 pages. 

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"In Sparse Black Whimsy, msw is sliding confidently -- excuse me, bonfidently -- through the stylistic door unlocked by Junot Diaz. Equal parts George Saunders & Young Thug, the short is as sensitive in its poetic examinations of the rollercoaster millennial condition as it is playful in its trappish pig-latin. Take a moment to spark one to the tune of this literary mixtape dedicated to the feeling of the sun on your skin, & maybe prep a genius.com tab. Energetic & fresh, Sparse Black Whimsey is sure to leave you waiting for Williams' next album to drop. " - will meier, friend/artist/writer (willmeier.co)

"in Sparse Black Whimsy, MSW says 'I think the only thing that exists is the moment & everything outside of that is an intangible abstraction.' this becomes increasingly true as it pulls you through a long dissociative episode, deeply describing tiny moments & then moving on to something else entirely. the hours, days, or weeks in between moments cease to exist and you're constantly forced to grapple with new people, anxieties, and chronic thoughts. these small moments effortlessly build themselves to tell a story that is not always put together but is always honest, raw, and fucking incredible." - el pearson, author of "a nt"