FLESHGRAPHS reviewed in Minor Literatures

FLESHGRAPHS reviewed in Minor Literatures

Bruised binaries: a review of Fleshgraphs by Brynne Rebele-Henry 

"It’s a squash game of feral senses and experimental lyrics, but without any winner as the sustained use of satire in Fleshgraphs asserts exactly this: that no version of self gets to be better than another. There’s no competition between different selves, just an uninterrupted interplay of shifting and overlapping self-perspectives that dares you to stay the same during reading. But you might eventually fail at this as these fleshgraphs become a part of your own flesh – by enhancing your senses and insinuating themselves as grafts in the memory of your body and its newly stretched boundaries." — M H

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