[Paul McRandle is a Master of Fine Arts student in Columbia University's Creative Writing Program and holds a Master's Degree in Anthropology from Australian National University. His fiction has appeared in The New England Review and Black Ice and he has assisted Phillip Lopate in the selection of essays for his 1998 Anchor Essay Annual. On the web, his writing may be found at http://www.VoltaFiction.com and http://www.3rdbed.com.]
Of the many mad destinies we create in our mythologies, McRandle explores the notion of incarnational thinking whereby we separate the mind from the body. When this happens, religious and political exploitation of the body cannot be far behind.
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