Where do you go after the water? After you drown?
A nameless traveler drives down the road and is swept away by a flood that transforms the road into a river, transforms the landscape into something vicious and inhospitable.
Searching water and sky for everything that is lost, the blood and bone of the organic organism abandons the twisted, inorganic body of the car and dives deeper into the unknown.
On this roadriver, the shifting boundaries of life and death know no limits.
The Echo of Something Hitting is a hybrid, cross-genre, lyric essay that explores the transformative journey from disaster to survival and beyond; a deconstructed creature returning to the earth, becoming something new as the language of crossings, gestures, containment, and dying are, in turn, transformed and escape the boundaries of their words.
Fans of Catherynne M. Valente’s The Labyrinth and Bhanu Kapil’s Incubation: A Space for Monsters will enjoy this handful of words.