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Ruthless Little Things – Elizabeth Victoria Aldrich

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Interview with Thomas Moore – Elizabeth Victoria Aldrich

Thomas Moore's new novel Alone was released early last June by Amphetamine Sulphate, as if surfacing from the suffocating confines wrought by Covid-19. These conditions, as if simultaneously emblematic of deeper societal ills and limitations, brought with its birth a sense of perennial resilience.  This book was an emergency. Not one defined by talking heads or the World Health Organization, but necessitated and heralded by the renegade spirit of a living movement of artists and iconoclasts.

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Lost and Jealous – Elizabeth Victoria Aldrich & Tom Thirst

One morning, Tuesday gets up, takes a shower, and then nearly passes out on the tiles because he realizes that his head is baby soft while he’s conditioning. It doesn’t hurt so much as it confuses and worries him because his head is supposed to be fucking hard as a rock and it isn’t and that is strange.

He calls his doctor, his goddamn doctor, seriously, that was his first mistake,

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Red Riding Hood – Elizabeth Victoria Aldrich

“You have a weird face.”

“All the better to eat you with,” the guy purrs and Rusty wrinkles his nose in disgust. He’s not gay or anything, but even if he was, that is just. Well, it’s a bad line, isn’t it?

“What is that, like. A euphemism?”

“No,” the guy says, smiling, showing off a row of slightly-yellowed, sharp teeth. They come out of fucking nowhere,

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