Desk Clerk

Pristina, the photocopy girl, wages war on reality, tearing a hole through space and time. People fall through apartments, hospitals, cities, black holes, and each other.

In an unapologetically nihilistic attack upon all the organs of social control, DESK CLERK weaves a fragmentary prose-poem exploring alienation, guilt, and the ways in which failure condemns and empowers.

Published: Flat Field Press, 2019

256pp

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