"As a teenager Jack suffered from what Freud called ‘the narcissism of small differences’ in relation to his brother. He blew these differences up in search of his path out of Jim’s shadow until he discovered that the differences were in fact huge..."
"He felt as if his soul had been seized hold of, gripped tight by the ivory fingers and wrung dry until he fell headlong into the grave, limp and defeated by the obsession inspired by this thing the woman had shown him..."
Kate Foley is a queer artist, editor, and poet living in Minneapolis. Recognized by the Academy of American Poets, her work has been featured in Yes Poetry, Voicemail Poems, and Rising Phoenix Review, among others.