“If you were to take eighty pages and divide them with comedic spleen, which is equaled only by brutality, and one grand finale of etheric transcendence to boot . . . you’d have Tommy Hazard’s story collection, TAKEAWAY.”
Anyone working bravely, and transgressively, across forms in this way, and with as such a sustained career as Sheree Rose, may have to deal with pop radio versions of their craft. More often than not, the source artist must be intentionally sought out.