Dirt Cabaret

One part tribute to a French auteur, one part gritty fictional autobiography about powerlessness and cutting oneself to a French film backdrop, Dirt Cabaret isn’t much if not provocative. Lisa Gill guides us through a choppy narrative of teen years and slightly beyond, in which resolution comes in the form of hardening.

In some respects a prose poem, in some flash fiction.


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