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My mother would describe her gynecological problems to strangers. I would be trying on a pair of jeans, and I would hear “womb” or “spasm” over the curtain.
Her mother did nothing but shake her head as he’d then barricade her inside that dark tomb for hours.
Novelist Kevin Brockmeier has written the second instalment in Litro’s new series of miniature memoir. He’s nine or ten, and he’s looking down on traffic.
A deconstruction of safety and security within Wiley Cash’s latest novel – and our current Litro Book Club pick – This Dark Road to Mercy.
“When unconscious not all three year olds will convulse. Not all fathers will sink to their knees and whimper as if those lids will never again open on green.”
Alexander Payne returns with another sensitive portrayal of fractured family life
Claire Rodwell explores the broken family unit within Wiley Cash’s This Dark Road to Mercy and the unconventional influence this has on Easter and Ruby’s perception of familial roles.
“Once upon a time and once upon a time and once upon a time we were young.”
“My son Telep likes to lie on his back in the field behind our house during thunderstorms. He’s been doing it for years.”