An astounding analysis from the brilliant S. C. Hickman.
Unencumbered by obscene wealth, Warynne carved out a sunspot in a city that screamed with artificial light.
—Joe Koch, Convulsive
In a sense Joe Koch is an inventor of language, a creator of those hidden layers in-between the folds of poetry and linguistic evanescence. She churns the threads of the grotesque and weird, charming the natural tremors of silence and noise alike that shape us to the powers of darkness that touch the physical and sensual face of fear. In her tale Good Paper gathered in her new collection of tales Convulsive she offers us the fantastic life of Warynne, a young child whose world is part of the dark loam of our earthy needs touched by the insanity of civilization.
Our troubled relation to the past, to the religious worlds of Bible, Christianity, and the everyday techniques of survival in a hostile world become in the hands of Koch…
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