A work of short fiction published by Ursus Americanus Press.
Thirty stomach scraping recitatives on rape and wrestling, The People's Elbow is what it is to try to process trauma in the twenty-first century. It is slamming the head into the mat repeatedly only to realize the match is rigged for the heel. It is the comfort and confusion of fantasy as a coping mechanism. It is the ways we heal and ways we don't. Now with art from Zach Hobbs and foreword from Lisa Carver.
Dimensions: 4.5 x 6.5", 74 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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