Beginning with a story of an ex sex-worker drifting through a small rural town in the south, and ending with a young woman’s wedding night, who learns from her new husband what it takes to kill a man, Nash writes across the complications of working class women, rendering their desires with visceral prose and psychologically dissecting the fundamental root that threads her work: craving and the conflicts within.
Praise for Animals Eat Each Other (Elle Nash)
“This was horrible. I get the feeling Nash had a tumblr account where she wrote awful line-break poetry about drugs and serial killers in-between nasty posts about her daddy kink. And I wish she’d left it there instead of bundling it up into a novel and having it published.” -GOODREADS REVIEW