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And an adoring troupe of sexy fansWithin these fantasies there is a deep intellectual and emotional engagement a fundamental uestioning of the nature of identity and the way it is constructed in a world filled with the images of popular cultur. Really enjoyed the read particularly the literal relationship chemistry between Johnny and Bruce and all the familial scenes interrupted via orc raiders or notSome lovely moments and Tom s voice comes through very clearlyUnlike one of the reviews noted in the blurb however I wouldn t have been able to read this all so greedily in one go the voice is too strong Even with great divergence in the subject it still sounds the same I wouldn t characterise this as a problem however instead I would liken this to Gaiman s ever present tone overpowering in some ways but also very likable intimate Very much a performance Double Jeopardy uestioning of the nature of identity and the way it is constructed in a world filled with the images of popular cultur. Really enjoyed the read particularly the literal relationship chemistry between Johnny and Bruce and all the familial scenes interrupted via orc raiders or notSome lovely moments and Tom s voice comes through very clearlyUnlike one of the reviews noted in the blurb however I wouldn t have been able to read this all so greedily in one go the voice is too strong Even with great divergence in the subject it still sounds the same I wouldn t characterise this as a problem however instead I would liken this to Gaiman s ever present tone overpowering in some ways but also very likable intimate Very much a performance

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Look Who's Morphing

Usic and books porn flicks and comics He is Godzilla a Muppet and Whitney Houston’s bodyguard; the Fonz a robot a Ford Bronco 4×4 – and as a climax a fifty five metre tall guitar wielding cock rock star who performs for the people of Tokyo. I loved this Working on short review will be back

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Look Who’s Morphing is a collection of funny playful often outlandish fictions in which along with his extended family the central character undergoes a series of transformations shape shifting through figures drawn from film and television m. Look Who s Morphing is the debut collection by Melbourne writer Tom Cho In it Cho employs humour and a bevy of pop culture references to deconstruct the concept of identityHis prose style is simple unadorned and has an almost childlike uality to it In many of the stories Cho analyses just how saturated with popular culture our Western lives have become At various points the identities of the protagonists become almost interchangeable with those of iconic pop culture characters The Fonz Godzilla The Muppets etc Tom Cho and his family regularly appear in the stories though the surreal turns the narrative takes


10 thoughts on “Look Who's Morphing

  1. says:

    This is a speculativesurrealistsubversive short story collection with most stories flash length under 1000 words Tom Cho takes media tropes and totally goes to town with them from Godzilla to the Sound of MusicRead my full review here

  2. says:

    I make one transformation I transform myself back into a human More precisely I transform back to my former self—although I make myself just a few inches taller and with bigger biceps I look at my watch and see that it is almost four o’clock in the afternoon I decide that I will find a place to sleep for the night so that tomorrow I can try to make my way back home However as I begin walking down the street a gold 1977 Holden

  3. says:

    'Look Who's Morphing' is the debut collection by Melbourne writer Tom Cho In it Cho employs humour and a bevy of pop culture references to deconstruct the concept of identityHis prose style is simple unadorned and has an almost childlike uality to it In many of the stories Cho analyses just how saturated with popular culture our Western lives have become At various points the identities of the protagonists become almost interchangeable wit

  4. says:

    Look Who’s Morphing is a humorous collection that breaks rules and gets away with itLook Who’s Morphing is described as a “collection of fictions” by Melbourne writer Tom Cho and draws heavily from pop culture to create a collection of work that comments on identity and changing identity in a light and humorous wayIn a lot of the pieces the narrator is referred to as ‘Tom Cho’ and due to the extr

  5. says:

    My favourite read from 2009 deliciously uirky and indulgent yet surreptitiously subversive and profound A bizarre exploration of our relationships with pop culture and how it forges our identities I'm not doing it much justice with this review

  6. says:

    I loved this Working on short review; will be back

  7. says:

    Really enjoyed the read particularly the literal relationship chemistry between Johnny and Bruce and all the familial scenes

  8. says:

    Definitely interesting and weird It made me laugh out loud at times It certainly transcends all genre labels The weirdest short story Cock Rock The funniest short story The Sound of Music The short story with the most thought provoking message and prose Chinese Whispers But I think that the stories lacked critical thinking messagespoints; most of the time his thesis was something like culture trends are weird they oppr

  9. says:

    If you're 15 25 you'll likely love it for the pop culture identity crisis on every page Bit past that in my 40'

  10. says:

    This is a 'who am I??’ self reflective collection of short stories exploring gender racial and cultural identity with a lot of pop culture references i believe this book is post post postmodern if there's such thing?

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