Monthly Archive:: August 2016

The Rabble 2016 Cain and Abel  (Newport Substation)

Play of red on white. Punch-drunk female vegan Cain, myopic carnist female Abel. Closing cries. ‘Naturally.’ ‘Thank you.’ The blood-stained fourth wall stretches open. As a dog whistled, I hear this testament, old as it gets, as the fall in eating flesh.

Joan London 2008 The Good Parents (Vintage)

The cream white pain of a girl-woman’s skin, fleshed up and ready for scarring. The smirched recurring dreams of parents caught in their own traps. Claustrophobic love, ‘grubby and slippery and desperate’ (258). The First Floor Ladies Restroom only a temporary escape.