Tony Vigorito’s third novel, “Love and Other Pranks,” was described as “the single wildest novel I’ve ever read,” by bestselling novelist and countercultural icon Tom Robbins. Here, performance philosopher and all-around renaissance artist Michael Garfield interviews Tony about his latest book.
So there I am sitting in the dark, exposed to the naked raw emotion of true love as Maria sings to me, and when she is finished there's a pregnant pause like she's waiting for me to speak. For a second my tourist reflexes kick in and I think she wants something, dinero, that I've been drawn back to the level of buy and sell. But she doesn't ask for money. That's not what the mother does.