cowluna loophole (e-zine)
Perennial Press is honored to be distributing Cowluna Loophole by Claire Ledoyen!
Cowluna Loophole is a sonic and visual journey into a future e-waste slum. Pidgin languages ring through small, wet rooms stacked and stacked upon one another - people sell food and mine computers for precious metals in the street. The architecture of the city and the book itself is laid bare, each page constructed by hand, recycled notes.
Claire LeDoyen (they/them) is a white person living in Richmond, Virginia, or rather Powhatan territory, and is originally from the Great Dismal Swamp area of Virginia, or Nansemond tribe land. A 2016 graduate of the Pratt Institute Creative Writing program, Claire interned that year at the performance studies publication Emergency Index at Ugly Duckling Presse. Their work has appeared in Quailbell Magazine, the Book Bloc: Critical Reactions to Racist Policing (2015) and will be featured in the Kintsugi Press anthology of queer Southern writers, "We Make Our Own Light" in 2021
Digital (PDF) copy.