Louise and Louise and Louise
by Olivia Cronk
Beautiful and repulsive, a train barrelling off the tracks towards you, "a horse of a night / viler even," a ripped off / patched up / guts out text by Olivia Cronk.
"I am re-imagining us now in an insect rain, come in to a farmhouse, an apocalyptic escape hatch, into some money from when
This is the story.
It is disgusting."
"Louise and Louise and Louise succeeds at being familiar and inconclusive, on drawing out the discomfort of the way clothing hangs, or the way someone's eyes rest on your shirt....It offers the superpower of seeing detail through a blur."
- Davy Knittle in American Microreviews & Interviews