Monthly Archives: April 2014

an excerpt from Marguerite Young’s “Miss MacIntosh, My Darling.”

In a water-flooded rice field at sunset, she had murdered a travelling salesman. She had never seen him before and had no grudge against him. It was duck-hunting season, she said, and that she had shot him for pleasure, the … Continue reading

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A letter to Georges Bataille from Colette “Laure” Peignot

Georges You have only one chance left to help me.It is not sweetness, it is not your desire to “care” for me and that I call you at night: it is your truth and my own.Georges, do you understand: my … Continue reading

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