Literary author and past Baltimore City Paper writer, Violet Gaze shares and signs copies of her new book with illustrator Josh Meyers.
Genghis Cum's stories chronicle four aspects of procreation—conception, pregnancy, infancy, and parenthood—with savage honesty and ruthless humor; Josh’s soft ink drawings of robot fetuses and sunglass-wearing sperm place the stories in context. Glaze’s take on infancy, “10 Darlings and a Handbag,” details a woman’s violent attempt to rid herself of the responsibility of her newborn, but in a raggedly funny way that makes the grotesque easy to swallow. Glaze dives into the deep at word one, and she stays there, never losing her footing on a rough and wild trek into the void she encountered after the birth of her first child.(Laura Dattaro)
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