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It's a wild thing, this book, covered in sequins and scales, blazing with the influence of fabulists from Angela Carter to Kelly Link and Helen Oyeyemi, and borrowing from science fiction, queer theory and horror." PARUL SEHGAL
Something of a fabulist, Abatcha mingles tales of sentient animals and humans in order to convey morals of tolerance and social solidarity.
Chinese author Mo Yan's latest novel, POW!, is a fabulist and surreal tale of meat, murder, and mayhem.
Meanwhile, the Homotopia festival continues this week with a number of performances at the Unity theatre, including "drag fabulist" Dickie Beau's Blackouts: Twilight of the Idols on Friday, which brings to life extraordinary audio artefacts to tell the story of the dark sides of stars like Marilyn Monroe and Judy Garland.
If Souza's art is rich in suggestions, like a wanton fabulist, Anjolie Ela Menon, in her Raphaelite renditions of the Brahmin and the young maiden, brings a definitive aesthetic to play upon the conventional image.
The true story of Louis de Rougemont has been extensively explored in texts for adults, such as The Fabulist by Rod Howard (Random House, 2006).
In creating his own life as fabulist digression, he flees, both narratively and psychically, from the haunting of his unfulfilled life.
Silverstein then called Dershowitz "a fabulist", for his claims on the Camp Liberty and describing it as "a garbage dump".
Bracken suggests that it may have been inspired by the works of the celebrated French fabulist, Jean de La Fontaine.
To buy this notion, must one cleave to the fabulist idea that everything people post on personal pages is awash in verisimilitude?
His three executors struggle to do Cornish's posthumous bidding under a thick vapour of their own desires--something the crafty Cornish, revealed later to be a master forger and fabulist, surely intended.
Evliya is a fabulist, drawn to stories of the strange and peculiar that will best hold his audience: the woman who gave birth to an elephant; the dervish who swallowed a snake.