About the Contributor
Erkembode is an artist, saint and receptionist. His art has variously been described as irreverent, outsider, spiritual, modernist, cutesy, crude, pointless, phallic, beat, cheap, childlike, responsive, mischievous, difficult, purposeful, instinctual, antagonistic, degenerate, opaque, considered, non-academic and baffling. He is founder of Bear Press (2012-2017) and EVERYWHEN (the school of).
Beautiful Losers - Leonard Cohen
Leonard Cohen crams this novel full to the brim with loss by losing the rules of storytelling. Read it as a double bill with Marcus Slease's mu (Dream) so (Window).
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- Tracks of Life and Death by Liz Kohn
- A short course of treatment by Tim Love
- Heating disorder by Myriam Frey
- Heirlooms by Rosie Garland
- Mourning by Katherine McMahon
- The Ghost of my Mother is waiting for me in Arrivals by Claire Collison
- Pakistan Zindabad, from Abroad by Hana Riaz
- Adopt a vortex by Han Smith
- Sea Sickness by Eloise Unerman
- British Street Music by Tamim Sadikali
- Pomegranate by Caroline Gonda