Paul Lisson’s The Perfect Archive is an unusual work in that he uses his professional skills as a librarian and archivist to create a work of mystique that is strange and darkly foreboding. - James M. Fisher, The Miramichi Reader
The Perfect Archive is a perfect trip. You have to abandon control — let go of the ordered catalogue of happenings, a structured narrative — and simply enjoy Lisson’s provocative bits: ‘Doubt implies thought. Thought is prone to disorder,’ or ‘It will require putting bullets through books.’ - Megan Clark, Broken Pencil Magazine
Bloody amazing stuff. - Judith Fitzgerald, The Globe and Mail
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