Farewells to Plasma by Natasza Goerke is bloody brilliant. Playful and mind expanding short stories. Maybe my fav surrealist short story writer. Along with Leonora Carrington. I want more!
Fiction in the surrealist tradition
From The Doll’s Alphabet, by Camilla Grudova, Fitzcarraldo Editions. A fantastic collection of stories, with hints of Margaret Atwood, Angela Cater, Richard Brautigan, and Leonora Carrington.
A story about cosmic evolution, romance, beards & shaggy carpets. From my book The Green Monk. “Where is your black hole? Only survival of the fittest. Black holes.”
Saliva at high tide. The sun soaks in your gastric pool. From The Emissary by Yoko Tawada.
Here is story, from Leonora Carrington, about carnivorous rabbits. And more.
Except from Paris Peasant, by Louis Aragon. A French surrealist classic. Pg.55-56. English translation by Simon Watson Taylor.