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Unconventional language smashes the tedious march of sentences. Words, metaphors, phrases, descriptions, lists explode off the page in an irreverent transcendence. Brisk scenes contort, swell and recede. Searing threads of hatred, confusion, ignorance, pain, humor, abuse rupture the narrative which stresses one fact: there is no place for the sensitive and stupid in this world set in the 1970’s.
Uniqueness, the abject feminine, bewilderment, self-hatred, banal traumas and the comedic speaks to women and has a strange appeal for men.
Paperback: 326 pages
Publishing date: January 28, 2019
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.7 x 9 inches
Judyth Emanuel is one of three winners in 2017 Victoria University Short Story Prize for New and Emerging Writers. Her fiction has appeared in Joiner Bay, The Margaret River 2017 Anthology and literary journals Overland, Electric Literature, Literary
Orphans, The Fanzine, STORGY, Connotations Press, Jellyfish Review, Adelaide Literary Magazine and elsewhere. Judyth graduated BA Visual Communications, BA Fine Arts and MA Creative Writing. She has lived in Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, London, Cyprus and Boston and now lives in Sydney, Australia and New York City.