An academic, an artist, two businessmen, a talk show host, and a retired hockey player gather at a hunting lodge and resort in Northern Ontario. Over the course of their retreat they kill, they eat and they justify their lives. In Grass-Fed, Fragments connect multiple storylines and moral contexts in a skewering social critique. In this literary horror, power bends rhetoric to its own ends, torqueing language until it legitimizes itself and all its exploitational goriness.

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Aaron Schneider