Emma Aylor

Author of Twos (dancing girl press, 2014).

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Review: Lidia Yuknavitch’s Dora: A Headcase
“Dora becomes a rolling curvy bodily whole that refuses to feel shame for what is human, for integral girlselves and teenselves and selfselves. The writing is styled into boles, into trunks of kennings and words informed primarily by a precision of fleshed feeling—vodkaskin, throatsong, girlstory, bomblets.”
by Emma Aylor

thejuvenilia:

Review: Lidia Yuknavitch’s Dora: A Headcase

Dora becomes a rolling curvy bodily whole that refuses to feel shame for what is human, for integral girlselves and teenselves and selfselves. The writing is styled into boles, into trunks of kennings and words informed primarily by a precision of fleshed feeling—vodkaskinthroatsonggirlstorybomblets.”

by Emma Aylor

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