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A woman returns to Australia to clear out her father’s house, with an eye to transforming the contents into an art installation in the tradition of the revered Chinese artist Song Dong. What she hasn’t reckoned with is the tangle of jealousies, resentments, and familial complications that she had thought, in leaving the country, she had put behind her—a tangle that ensnares her before she arrives.
JEN CRAIG is the author of Since the Accident, Panthers and the Museum of Fire, as well as the libretto A Dictionary of Maladies. She lives in the Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia.