In each of her five short stories, Nettel places humans under the microscope and examines them at their most fragile and desperate.
The result is a frenetic portrait of the United States that he assembles bit by bit, fragment by fragment.
Steeped in broad cross-cultural influences from traditional jazz to Guillaume Apollinaire, Harding masterfully crafts vision and music into free verse.
I say we go. It can’t be worse than it is here.
Once there, they had been robbed of their passports and forced to work without pay for twenty hours a day.
He says that was the most ingenious smokescreen he’s ever seen in his life.
''The clock inside has no numbers, it has only memories.''
"And that shadowy bit you see up there, that’s the thing that has me worried."
“Do you know how many policemen’s numbers I have in my phone?”
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