By Penguin Press,Jonathan Safran Foer
Jonathan Safran Foer has lengthy had a keenness for the paintings of the twentieth-century American assemblage artist Joseph Cornell. encouraged by means of Cornell’s avian-themed bins, and suspecting that they might be equally inspiring to others, Foer started to write letters.
The responses he obtained from luminaries of yank writing have been not anything in need of superb. Twenty writers generously contributed items of prose and poetry which are as eclectic as they're ingenious, and the result's a special collaborative undertaking and the most major engagements of literature with paintings for lots of years.