Invokes a narrative and intimate distance
through the imbalance of power between men & detectives
and women & wives, leaving a risky proposition like
an alphabet or the simple complexity of memoir and writing
A sobering examination of the ultimate
spy-styled popular thriller, a nuanced deconstruction of
in mass culture.
About The Author
Michelle Disler is an assistant
professor of creative writing at Ohio Wesleyan University.
has appeared in The Laurel Review, Seneca Review, Lake Effect,
Gulf Coast, Painted Bride Quarterly, Witness, Southern Humanities
Review, North Dakota Review, Fugue, Hotel Amerika, Fact-Simile,
and Columbia, where her essay received the Essay Prize.
is also an AWP Intro Award and Pushcart Prize nominee,
the latter for her multigenre work on Ian Fleming’s