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Transactions Of Desire vol.1

Transactions Of Desire vol A collection of short stories exploring the fine line between love loss and desire Heartbreak This is the preserve of many a fairy tale gone wrong Here the disenchantment of a post apocalyptic futur

  • Title: Transactions Of Desire vol.1
  • Author: Omar Kholeif Sarah Perks
  • ISBN: 9780992952433
  • Page: 131
  • Format: Paperback
  • A collection of short stories exploring the fine line between love, loss and desire.Heartbreak This is the preserve of many a fairy tale gone wrong.Here, the disenchantment of a post apocalyptic future is explored through stories of lust and yearning, twisted sexuality and repressed desire Outsiders and lost youth collide in a funfair of their own making.These tales of uA collection of short stories exploring the fine line between love, loss and desire.Heartbreak This is the preserve of many a fairy tale gone wrong.Here, the disenchantment of a post apocalyptic future is explored through stories of lust and yearning, twisted sexuality and repressed desire Outsiders and lost youth collide in a funfair of their own making.These tales of unrequited love take place in zoos and churches, in museums and galleries, and in the deepest darkest crevices of each writer s imagination.This stand alone title is published alongside the inaugural exhibition opening at HOME in 2015 23 May 26 July 2015 It is the first to be published in HOME s Transactions of Desire series The others will follow later in 2015 16 See at cornerhousepublications.or

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    1. 16 stories offering various instances of desire between humans, usually meeting briefly in transit elsewhere. Douglas Coupland supplies the best work, an amusing fantasy about angelic possession, whilst Greg Thorpe has an intriguing story about gay men in New York in the underground time of 1961. Some of the others are less compelling.

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