Category Archives: Literary Theory

KATHY ACKER SAYS THAT NARRATIVES ARE PURELY FOR SHIT

I am only on page 97 of 134 of Kathy Acker’s Rip-Off Red, Girl Detective (that’s the beginning of part 4), but I kind of want to talk about certain things already. Kathy Acker is an author who, as much … Continue reading

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“We Can Hide From Horror Only in the Heart of Horror”

Selections from Thomas Ligotti’s collection of Notes & Aphorisms

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“Anarratology: Dennis Cooper’s Transgressions”

by Danny Kennedy “…devoted to their anal carnival” “…the body’s mysterious signification” “As Georges Bataille famously puts it, ‘the transgressive does not deny the taboo but transcends it and completes it.’”  The system of narrative is transgressed by the content … Continue reading

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