Wednesday, March 25, 2009
Molly Gaudry's WE TAKE ME APART
Here is an excerpt of Molly Gaudry's novel(la) we take me apart, forthcoming from ML Press (free for six-month subscribers). It appears to be maybe the dissection of a young woman's mind, where language spawns chains of images and feelings that accumulate with the movement of the text. I like the way the piece lives in the borderland between prose and poetry, which serves the stream-of-consciousness-ness of it well. Gaudry makes good use of repetition and makes poetic use of technical language blended into the text. I'm excited to read the rest.