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).
More from Issue Nine:
- The Place That He Can Never Return To
- The Cyclops
- The Girl with Many Names by Kristin LaFollette
- Three by Deb Scudder
- The Mourner by Louise Burgess
- Margot by Marni Appleton
- Pebbles on a Shore by Lynne E Blackwood
- blindfolded minds by Rachel Hawkins
- Phantom habits by Blakeley Bartee
- Dementia’s Mantra by Mike Ferguson
- At The Edge