- PUBLISHED: September 2018
- SUBJECT LISTING: Literature / Fiction
- BIBLIOGRAPHIC INFORMATION: 157 Pages, 6 x 9 in
- ISBN: 9780999005002
- Publisher: Willow Springs Books
Secretion. Excretion. Severed limbs, lost animals, and porcelain teeth. In these twenty-four radical works of female (dis)embodiment and creation—cries from the dark filtered through the fitful voices of a ventriloquist's doll—Watterson invites readers to explore a defamiliarized world that is only as horrifying as our own.
Authors & Contributors
Jaclyn Watterson is left-handed, vegetarian, and of choleric temperament. She makes her home with novelist Michael Shou-Yung Shum in New York. Originally from Connecticut, she holds an MFA from Oregon State University and a PhD from the University of Utah. Her work has appeared in Puerto del Sol, Western Humanities Review, PANK, North Dakota Quarterly, and CURA, among other publications. Ventriloquisms is her debut collection of short fiction.