Review: Mark C. Marino’s Reflect-O-Grams

Reflect-O-Grams Cover

by Mark C. Marino

You should be writing Loki meme

Yes, I really should be. Am I? No. Of course not. I’m reviewing Mark Marino’s Reflect-O-Grams collection.

where have you been nic cage meme

I know. I drop off the radar for months, and then I just throw a review at you. Well, I threaten to throw a review. I haven’t done it yet, have I? Suffice to say, work in higher education institutions is…

Dear day job, you are a soul-sucking nightmare. Love, me

So the review. I’m sure Mark wants a neat blurb like Jeremy’s that he can paste all over social media. Well, to paraphrase Tracy Morgan, I love Reflect-O-Grams so much I want to take it out behind the middle school and… tell it what a fine upstanding example of 3rd generation e-lit it is. I wished it had been bigger, longer, and perhaps not in PDF, because it wants to be on a Pinterest board or a Twitter hashtag (which it is, sorta).

The point, really, is that this is the kind of art/lit that emerges in convergent spaces of digitality, communication, sociality, and creativity. Also, these are funny and thinky, which makes me happy(?).

Kristen Bell GIF meme laughing then crying

Go check Reflect-O-Grams out. Then tell Mark to make more.

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