This Train: An Artist's Journal

This Train An Artist s Journal This Train An Artist s Journal is like no other book written by Mr Fitzpatrick Unlike previous works this book will include both high quality drawing collage images accompanied by corresponding essay

  • Title: This Train: An Artist's Journal
  • Author: Tony Fitzpatrick Alex Kotlowitz
  • ISBN: 9780615385761
  • Page: 224
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This Train An Artist s Journal is like no other book written by Mr Fitzpatrick Unlike previous works, this book will include both high quality drawing collage images accompanied by corresponding essays produced over a sixteen month period Part memoir, part urban narrative, part socio political commentary, each piece is a deeply personal and intellectual contemplation oThis Train An Artist s Journal is like no other book written by Mr Fitzpatrick Unlike previous works, this book will include both high quality drawing collage images accompanied by corresponding essays produced over a sixteen month period Part memoir, part urban narrative, part socio political commentary, each piece is a deeply personal and intellectual contemplation of a broader American story Fitzpatrick is without a doubt the contemporary voice of the workingman, following strongly in the tradition of both Nelson Algren and Studs Terkel This Train An Artist s Journey is the culmination of a nearly two year meditation on the ideas and experiences that bind us to this land it is a treatise on the American view from the bottom up.

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    1 thought on “This Train: An Artist's Journal”

    1. I completely respect the author's viewpoins. Not everyone may agree, but at least his stance is well thought out, clear cut, and sound. I really wish I knew him in person. He would be the one guy who could teach me to stand up for myself and speak.

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