In 1906, suspected terrorist, art-world tastemaker, and literary instigator Félix Fénéon wrote more than a thousand faits-divers for the Paris newspaper Le Matin. Fénéon’s news items are populated with opium addicts, prostitutes, drunks, those flattened by trains and carriages, inept and angry thieves, protestors, and simpletons. in Illustrated Three-Line Novels: Félix Fénéon, artist Joanna Neborsky’s artwork, a mixture of collage and drawing, brings Fénéon’s economic and electric prose to life in colorfully deranged glory.

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