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Collapse — 100. Contrapuntal (NSFW, not in book's timeline)

One of the second book erotica pieces we may or may not be using in COLLAPSE officially, but it's one of our favourite pieces Kasse and Eoran wrote. 

COLLAPSE is our flagship project. COLLAPSE is about two boys who love each other very much. Book two takes place after both Kasse and Eo leave the military. After surviving major hardship and being forcibly separated upon discharge, they repeatedly try to find each other, both physically and mentally, in both body and memory.

prominent literary imagery: typesetting & major formatting; acrostics; constrained writing  and multi-reads; infection and pestilence; bad at jigsaw puzzles; inverted text; cartography; anatomical latin; i-guess-we-can-call-that-praying; kintsugi; locust plague

Content Warning: Erotica, M/M, NOT SAFE FOR WORK. By purchasing and downloading, you affirm that you are 18+ and are of legal age to view this content.

  • Length 20 pages
  • Wordcount 4326+ (it's complicated, okay)
  • Format PDF

    Collections: Collapse, Writing

    Category: writing

    Type: Digital Download

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    J (Mission, TX, US)
    One of my favorites

    Copy-pasting from my comment on Body&Shadow, Chapter 21:

    Reading aloud has been a strange boon, and it really adds another element to enjoying this piece. Nen and Liz’s writing has always been a sensuous experience for me, from the descriptors and metaphorical (and sometimes literal) violence to text and formatting being its own art form in a digital medium. It’s one of my favorite things about their work that is clearly post-modern-influenced while still very them.

    The words in my mouth feel heavy, something cold and hard like candy but not sweet, more metallic and acrid but not unpleasant – sharp, like a knife, salt in an open wound. Each visual piece is a puzzle of sorts, its own labyrinth in a narrative composed of mazes with no easy answers or singular way out.

    Dual/simultaneous narratives are a thing I sorely miss writing in fiction and I am so delighted to see them here. It’s fun to read them separate, mesh them together in a frenzy in attempt for them to conjoin and find commonality in their intersections.


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