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"In whatever medium he works, one senses Noterdaeme's joy in appropriation, a joy which undoubtedly helps to connect and to sustain the artists around him. Noterdaeme, Isengart, Arias, and Arcade (as well as others in their circle) constitute something of a ]League of Homoplagiarists,' each happily lifting each other's lines if not lives."
- David Copenhafer, The Brooklyn Rail

"a lighthearted stylistic journey that prods the autobiographical genre"
- self-interview, 2Paragraphs

"The more I read, the more I succumbed to this impressive work's many charms, chief among them being a peek behind the curtain at the life of a pair of full-time provocateurs and the understated portrait of a one-of-a-kind and enduring romance."
- John Bavoso

"Drawing on the originality, intelligence, and humor of Gertrude Stein, Noterdaeme has created a spirited portrait of two men who are at once insiders and outsiders at a particular moment in the New York art scene."
- Michelle Fost

"When Someone Else Writes Your Memoir"

"Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas are Alive and Well and Living in Brooklyn"

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American Arcadia
by Filip Noterdaeme


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The Autobiography of Daniel J. Isengart
by Filip Noterdaeme
351 pages
$16.00 paperback ISBN 9781937402488
$9.99 ebook ISBN 9781937402518

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