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Rebecca Linn

Rebecca Linn has 4 articles published.

Ark Review/Essays

White Girls

White Girls I Our first introduction to SL, the love of Hilton Als in White Girls, is at the movies: The silvery movie light and dark made him look more colored. I loved his profile, his long strong neck and perfect posture. He looked as authoritative as someone you might call Sir, and as beautiful and… Keep Reading

Ark Review

Routines of Quiet Girls

My favorite poem by Anne Carson is in Autobiography of Red: Arrow means kill It parted Geryon’s skull like a comb Made The boy neck lean At an odd slow angle sideways as when a Poppy shames itself in a whip of Nude breeze And then later: He felt Herakles’ hand move on his thigh… Keep Reading

Ark Review/Musings

Blue days

These days are blue. I feel too light. I sit in the kitchen writing this, going nowhere. I have started watching the HBO-show Big Little Lies with a good friend and fries on Wednesdays. The show is in short about the life of rich stay-at-home moms, and someone getting murdered. It takes place in Monterey,… Keep Reading

Ark Review/Essays

Anthologies of failure

An article with Chris Kraus shows a picture of her sitting by a table in her home. It looks cheap, simple. There is nothing on the table but a vase with flowers. They look abnormally white, shining. Her face is kind of sad, heavy looking, a skinny girl. She is wearing woollen clothes, a nice… Keep Reading

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