all this can be yours
University of Hell, 2018
In these erasures of apologies and of the subsequent defenses of those apologies, Isobel O’Hare uses form to unearth a more correct embodiment of those who’ve been allowed to appear fed simply for the low fruit in their hands. It is a sparse and a serious endeavor buoyed by O’Hare’s witness, a thing so immediately patient that it makes peripheral the hologram reliquary such men and their acolytes use as the muscle of disappearance.
You will find no trace of novelty, no bread crumb for decoy, here. If belief is the original text of worship, this is the math that removes the equation. And gods are made to show their work.
reflection by Barton Smock
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all this can be yours by Isobel O'Hare
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