Impotent is a collection of moving stories about a time when it is easier to get a refill on a prescription than approval for therapy and individuals are reduced to letters on a medical chart In revealing vignettes, Matthew Roberson clinically catalogs the hopes, dreams, and failures of people identified only through form like abbreviations C for co dependent, I for Insured In these case studies, Roberson captures his subjects lives poignantly by supplementing their diagnoses with unconventional footnotes, lists, and medicinal warnings Each vignette exposes a different facet of our medicated society, humanizing a multitude of conditions depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, impotence, and dementia In a world of domestic ennui, deadpan voices struggle to transcend numbness while simultaneously trying to manage the pain of living Impotent is both important social commentary and engrossing fiction. New Download [ Impotent: A Novel ] author [ Matthew Roberson ] – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com
Matthew Roberson coordinates the creative writing program at Central Michigan University FC2 published his first novel, 1998.6, in 2002 and just published his second, Impotent SUNY Press published Musing the Mosaic Approaches to Ronald Sukenick in 2003 His work has also appeared in Fiction International, Fourteen Hills, Black Ice, Diagram,Clackamas Literary Review, Journal of Experimental Fiction, and others He is former editor of The Cream City Review.
- 166 pages
- Impotent: A Novel
- Matthew Roberson
- 11 December 2018 Matthew Roberson