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Judith Kroll

Fall 1993

The Beheaded

By Judith Kroll

Once the world has reached a state of stability, it continues to exist, depending for its sustenance on destruction, on burning, on devouring. The cosmic sacrifice expresses this constant process, […]

Summer 1994

Borrowed Gods

By Judith Kroll

“Juu-dee,” my neighbor calls, opening my window, peering into the room where I’m at my table, writing. “Juu-dee, are you busy?” she calls, “I need to borrow couple gods.” It’s […]

Summer 1994

Our Breast

By Judith Kroll

for Alicia Ostriker Coming back to this place in the mountains, after a year– late August, and throughout the whole monsoon this flat has been locked up: a musty smell, […]