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Noel Black Responds to Camille Roy’s “Bleeding the Lizard”

I love that I have no idea what’s going on in much of Camille Roy’s Sherwood Forest because it has a body. It’s dislocation and disorientation with a body that the tongue can touch, but only while reading. Nothing much … Continue reading

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Betsy Fagin Responds to Camille Roy’s Sherwood Forest

Sherwood Forest puts me in the mind of robbing somebody: robbing the rich, redistributing to the poor, clad in the greens, blacks and browns of the greenwood. Being an outlaw in a community of outlaws–a prince of thieves. Only the … Continue reading

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