Musings by Alexander Kattke

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A short book of prose detailing surreality and ultra violence.


At this moment I struggle for control and to complete a single thought. Horror, pain, light. I feel like my body is splitting into infinity. With each scrap declaring itself as a new and unique creature. Arises a fetus, centered in an industrial oven, cooked and hardened, blessed by virgin kisses, seen via two-way mirror, grinning audiences, surgical stomach pumps expelling a viscous, some masturbate to the show, ice water cools the burnt to a crisp idol and it is harvested. My body revolts. Fingers separating. My hands are nubs and soon dissolve. My tongue refuses to narrate this writing. The spheres of my brain cease co-operation. A drunk falls to one knee and vomits into the sea, the air reeks of cheap perfume, a mother grasps her newborn and smothers her, buildings uproot and try to escape but trip over themselves, broken Champaign bottles become the microscopes of impoverished scientists, facial tumors become the newest fashion statement, a procession of cheap caskets build a new great wall, paintings are planted in national forests and our oxygen supply dwindles.

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Published July 23, 2016 by Alexander Kattke. 30 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction