A work of short fiction published by Ursus Americanus Press.
When our landscape is all empty plastics, data-thievery, trashed bodies of oil barons, candy bars and Suboxone, the idea of living itself becomes revolutionary, if not Magickal. Misrule could be a response to Joyelle McSweeney's The Necropastoral, an embodiment of the philosophical cautions of Jean Baudrillard, or a final, desperate death-posture against the oppositional currents of American capitalism. Tedesco's poems are slippery and strong, maneuvering our nightmarish infrastructure with satire and fatalism. Misrule is honest about the impossibility of survival, cutting open space for criticism and humor in the face of certain death.
Dimensions: 4.5 x 6.5", 43 pages
Materials: Softcover book
Ursus Americanus Press (Bridgeport)
Publishers of beautiful weirdos: Ursus Americanus Press is a small publishing company based in Chicago and New York.
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