Memories That Smell Like Mother: Henry Darger’s Journals
The lost journals of Henry Darger give a soiled theme to the recluse’s childhood. As this fierce horror of kindergarten psychopathy all moved from station wagons to a locked classroom, bedlam inflamed. Henry hung from a hook through lunch and recess every Thursday. That was pizza day. “Ugly”, says the Times, of those early years when Darger was forced to wear his mother’s plaid-poly pants suits with a globular face stung by teeming multitudes of mosquitos she kept in the larder whenever it was class photo day, and every other Monday. Note: Darger was dangerously allergic, laden with screaming red lumps burbling an over-boiled stew. Having survived a disturbed adolescence of breast-feedings and country music, Darger’s latter years of jerking off to Johnny Cash absolutely made sense. Don’t miss these harrowed truths, never before exploited, of a disenchanted, misconstrued (Darger was severely constipated) genius of debauchery.
The Zodiac Killer: Who Are The People In Your Neighborhood?
Taunting letters and cards were sent to the San Francisco Bay Area press. These letters included four cryptograms (or ciphers). Zodiac murdered five known victims in Benecia, Vallejo, Napa County, and San Francisco between December 1968 and October 1969. He claims to have killed over 37 people through the 60’s and 70’s. The case is still open.
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Allan Stewart Konigsberg aka Woody Allen: From Stage Front To Toddler’s Back Stage: Can You Say Pedophile?
Hope there’s an opening for Woody in this trailer park of compatriots!
A mesmerizing biography of the early years of ‘Woody’. Yeah, his cousin, Hank, says. I did do the little fuck! He was always reciting commercial jingles. I couldn’t take anymore. His grade inflation in school was due to his mother, Nettie, screeching, “the kid’s a genius, don’t placate his social disease!”
Allen’s best friends as a kid were a tree stump that never left him and insect colonies he annihilated to prove his prowess over the small and unprotected.
When he started writing, directing, producing, his films he said to no one, because he had no one to answer to, but himself: ‘the girl is 18, the girl is 17, the girl is 16. She wears mini-skirts and cries over me. I try to give her advice. She wants only me. ME!
I get that! I fuck her. She is overwhelmed with the sanctity of my penis. It is the size of my lips. Repressed slits of my being.
I am New York. Let us all rise together in hunger for my attention. Yes.
Woody gets a check for his latest film: 22,000,000
The actors want only a small cut, because this is, after all, ART!
Meg Tuite is author of a novel-in-stories, Domestic Apparition, a short story collection, Bound By Blue, and won the Twin Antlers Collaborative Poetry award for her poetry collection, Bare Bulbs Swinging, as well as five chapbooks of short fiction, flash, and poetic prose. She teaches at Santa Fe Community College, is a senior editor at Connotation Press, an associate editor at Narrative Magazine, fiction editor here at Bending Genres Journal, and editor of eight anthologies. Her work has been published in numerous literary magazines, over fifteen anthologies, nominated nine times for the Pushcart Prize, five-time Glimmer Train finalist, placed 3rd in Bristol Prize, and Gertrude Stein award finalist. Her blog: http://megtuite.com.