The Cusp of Something

“Jai Clare’s stories are filled with the disaffected, those who kick against their everyday lives, who crave the mystic when seeking their spirituality, and who are desperate to be alone as much as they are desperate to be with someone. Whether in North Africa, Greece, or Britain her characters’ concerns remain the same. To find meaning in the universal and the personal, through transient sex or emotional depth. All told with a fluid intensity of prose that cuts to the heart of them, lays them bare to misfortune and fortune, and stands them waiting on the brink of discovery.”

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3 Responses to The Cusp of Something

  1. Anonymous says:

    Totally out of topic, sorry, but have a look here:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Madame_ArcatiThe end of a myth, as it were.

  2. Surely no one who loves Madame Arcati and all she stands for would believe such meretricious gossip?!

  3. Anonymous says:

    O delusional one, it’s not gossip, it’s evidence. The links speak for themselves.

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