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Culture, Books "A Pornography of Grief: Stories": Queer Performance Artist Revels in the Grim

"A Pornography of Grief: Stories": Queer Performance Artist Revels in the Grim

People do so much suffering and dying in A Pornography of Grief that endurance starts seeming indecent. There are two broken necks before Page 30, abundant bodily violations thereafter, and always a weary daze of bereavement. The bleak, nervy beauty…
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Calendar, Night&Day Metatation

Metatation

The Buddhist parable of the worst horse describes four different horses responding to the pain, anticipated or physical, of a whip. From dashing off at the sight of a whip to undergoing several beatings before departing, each horse chooses a…
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Calendar, Night&Day Preperformance Art

Preperformance Art

It’s hard to find a free-fall as delightful as dating an active alcoholic, and since starting to like ourselves, we’ve sought that excited feeling elsewhere. Finally: “SQUART!,” a solution that won’t threaten your sense of well-being or Percocet stash. Over…
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