HOW PAM FELT BEFORE PAM FLED by Daniella Watson Hughes
148x210mm, 36pp, risograph printing throughout, staple bound, 2020
A collection of short stories and fragments concerning the characters Pam and Sam. Themes range from utopian ecopoetics, reimagining Stendhal's ‘crystallisation’ of love as a battle with imagination, to a drunk and attachment disorderly barfly. The everyday spectacular glitches into speculative fiction in a much-needed lesson in how not to love.
Drawings by Joanne Robertson
Edited by Tessa Berring