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.

2 comments:

Molly Gaudry said...

Thank you for posting this. (I sent you an email. Hope you don't mind!)

M.

Josh Maday said...

No problem on all counts, Molly. Can't wait for WTMA.