Toxic Nursery Carlie Martece

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Toxic Nursery  by  Carlie Martece

Toxic Nursery by Carlie Martece
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It’s all incredibly tragic. Like death. Like poverty. Like losing your favourite kitten, in a junkyard, on acid, at Christmas.Carlie Martece is a visual artist working in the North of England. Most people who discover her intriguing work ask aboutMoreIt’s all incredibly tragic. Like death. Like poverty. Like losing your favourite kitten, in a junkyard, on acid, at Christmas.Carlie Martece is a visual artist working in the North of England. Most people who discover her intriguing work ask about the inspiration behind her pieces, and in this, her first novel, she answers this question in a lyrical and sardonic style.

It is a roller coaster journey exploring the different facets of a fractured personality – from irritating cheerfulness to cold cynicism, from meek terror to unhinged exhibitionism, and from academic introversion to vitriolic fury.Because what the world really needs is another tragic tale…. The kind of pity-me anecdote you read in womens magazines while you sit in doctors reception rooms waiting for someone to help you.This is a very honest and personal story that mocks the misery memoir genre by turning dark subjects into even darker comedy. Martece explores the myriad of truths that shape the human character in this comically twisted account of a creative life, involving courage, art, madness, badgers, alien princesses, Gothic melodrama, nudity and petrol.



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