A book that quietly measures its own reading experience through the time based statistics it lists, or rather all the things that happen while one reads Every Second One Hundred Bolts of Lightning Strike the Earth. The invocation of time in statistics is often meant to convey the urgency of a political or social cause, or at other times stun the reader with the temporal scale of a natural occurrence. Combined in this volume, the sequential incidents happening every second form a narrative that loops back from rhetoric to the everyday. This book was turned to the reading speed of Børre Sæthre.
80 pages, paperback
Publication Studio Vancouver, Vancouver, Canada