By Douglas A. Martin
Treacherously comedian and poignant, the autobiographical tales in They switch the Subject stick to a tender man’s quest for identification via love and wish. Sustained via a unmarried voice, the tales at the same time supply a fractured novel and stand, powerfully, on their lonesome. on the middle of every story is the heightened, visceral risk of unforeseen emotional encounters—from an escort’s dates in long island motels to a photograph shoot that doubles as seduction. Always pushing towards a much bigger shiver of ardour, Martin’s young-man-on-the-make learns the best way to adapt his character to fit his fanatics’ wishes and attempts to embody his personal experience—and his self—by changing into the purest item of desire.
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They Change the Subject by Douglas A. Martin