Look Who's Morphing

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Giramondo Publishing, 2009 - Family relationships - 181 pages
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This is a collection of brilliant stories about transformation, with the storyteller and his family shifting through identities drawn from comics, video games, daytime TV, porn flicks and movies, in fantasies of sexual and physical power which reach their (literal) climax with one final morph, into a fifty-foot tall 'cock rock' hero with a striking resemblance to Lemuel Gulliver. Influenced by the young adult book series Sweet Valley High, Tom Cho began writing fiction in his mid-teens, and has published widely in zines, blogs and literary journals. This is his much anticipated first collection.

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User Review  - pamelad - LibraryThing

This is a collection of insane short stories that had me snorting with laughter. After a couple of beers with the narrator Auntie Wei ends up in a novelty shop in Swanston street where she buys an ... Read full review

Look Who's Morphing

User Review  - Thorpe-Bowker and Contributors - Books+Publishing

Look Who's Morphing is a surprising, funny collection of short stories, which converge on themes of family, cultural influence, technology, sexuality and ethnicity. I previously read the story 'The ... Read full review

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