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'This is best-case scenario and, frankly, I'm sceptical. and is topic probably requires its own long book, however sincere beginnings are never to be sneezed at. With the trigger ('this' species of trigger), arguably, we have to be happy for any small step forward. The trigger I'll explore here is a tenacious beast. It lives in our house. Leaves the lights on. Steams up the bathroom. Replaces the 'good' bread with cheap bread. Rarely, however, do we quite clock its being there.' (Publication abstract)

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    y separately published work icon The Lifted Brow no. 43 September 2019 17164128 2019 periodical issue 'How long we need to do this topic justice. We need to be very deliberate and strategic. We need to be modelling futurity. We need three more salmons and a veggie lasagna. We might need to call it that we can’t live in, say, a nuclear family context. The lever-arch file of paperwork you need to complete. The need to look queer was all the more urgent. We need programs that help. they needed to stop.' (Editorial introduction) 2019 pg. 13-19
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