A New You

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Oscura Press, Apr 1, 2007 - 296 pages
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A New You is a dark dystopia, a Brave New World for the Prozac/Botox/iPod era. It's about surveillance and self-mutilation, abstract art and concrete longings. It's about what happens when we spend our lives interacting with images instead of people. It's the story of a young artist who gets a corporate grant to stay inside a locked room for a year and project her work onto the web. We follow her obsessive voice from an enthusiastic beginning to a horrific end, through an ill-fated romance and a progression of physical transformations that turns her into a fantasy object as she gradually slips into madness.

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