Georganne Deen hit puberty in mid-'60s Fort Worth. She was part of an affluent and conservative family -- her grandfather was a four-term mayor and her grandmother wrote books about women and Christianity. If you have even a glancing familiarity with the time period and the social mores of women in the South, you can fill in most of the blanks of Deen's socialization. The plot congeals when you find out she was raised by an alcoholic mother for whom fashion was the only civil... More >>>
Mixture Contemporary Art
New Alchemy III: Deen has an ability to surgically excise elements of the popular unconscious.