CLOAK/1.2Cold northern city of saurian-limbed women in unpressed linen ensembles.
Smart fish veiling behind modesty and years of companionable schooling the success of their attempts to shrink the pond.
Seeding the schools to stock them with glittering art stars, all the nets come up full, an impression of teeming with photogenic youth.
Girls with basenji frowns.
A per capita excess of charisma.
The school psychologist taking notes on the freshman exhibition, planning ahead.
Photographs of the dead, their forgotten freckles.
|Notes from the investigations by State Senator Que Isaye into the matter of Cloak,|
into the question of undue advantage being enjoyed in the admissions process at the state-funded college of art by students "on" Cloak:
|Out of the bluethe blue indeed, the blueas if we were planets, each surrounded by a life-sustaining veil of atmospherewhat balls, to deny the many planes and all the intersections.|