An essential addition to the feminist experimental literary canon explodes onto the scene today. Get to know Trisha Low.
THE COMPLEAT PURGE is out now from Chicago-based independent publisher Kenning Editions, and Barbara Browning says, “Trisha Low’s been leaving us periodic notes about what we can keep of hers if she should happen to go off the deep end. She’s also been leaving us her email password, her ATM PIN code, and an astonishing amalgamation of amatory fiction, IMs, craft patterns, magic spells, and film noir in which every romantic interest is a MacGuffin. Low says her virtuosic appropriations owe less to conceptual poetics than to her adolescent days of punk vandalism. Never mind if this booty was shoplifted—it’s stunning, and I promise, you’ll want to keep everything she gives you.”
If you’re an editor or critic, and would like a review copy, let me know. An essential addition to the feminist experimental literary canon explodes onto the scene today. Get to know Trisha Low.
THE COMPLEAT PURGE is out now from Chicago-based independent publisher Kenning Editions, and Barbara Browning says, “Trisha Low’s been leaving us periodic notes about what we can keep of hers if she should happen to go off the deep end. She’s also been leaving us her email password, her ATM PIN code, and an astonishing amalgamation of amatory fiction, IMs, craft patterns, magic spells, and film noir in which every romantic interest is a MacGuffin. Low says her virtuosic appropriations owe less to conceptual poetics than to her adolescent days of punk vandalism. Never mind if this booty was shoplifted—it’s stunning, and I promise, you’ll want to keep everything she gives you.”
If you’re an editor or critic, and would like a review copy, let me know.

An essential addition to the feminist experimental literary canon explodes onto the scene today. Get to know Trisha Low.

THE COMPLEAT PURGE is out now from Chicago-based independent publisher Kenning Editions, and Barbara Browning says, “Trisha Low’s been leaving us periodic notes about what we can keep of hers if she should happen to go off the deep end. She’s also been leaving us her email password, her ATM PIN code, and an astonishing amalgamation of amatory fiction, IMs, craft patterns, magic spells, and film noir in which every romantic interest is a MacGuffin. Low says her virtuosic appropriations owe less to conceptual poetics than to her adolescent days of punk vandalism. Never mind if this booty was shoplifted—it’s stunning, and I promise, you’ll want to keep everything she gives you.”

If you’re an editor or critic, and would like a review copy, let me know.