How often do we stumble upon coincidences, and how much importance do we bestow on them?
And above all, what more can we do to become more postmodernist?
The Red Fox in a Postmodern Fur is the story of two writers whose paths cross serendipitously, when Pelin Kalp, who may or may not be real, and regularly writes for a magazine called altzine, “lends” her column to Hakan Toker, who again may or may not be real. The Red Fox in a Postmodern Fur casts its webs far and wide through modern Turkish literature, and generously plays with everyone and everything that sticks on its pages, until reality and fiction merge with one another.
Through the tense and ludicrous encounter of Pelin Kalp and Hakan Toker, the book keeps redrafting its course almost ceaselessly, sometimes through a failed attempt to hide a broken foot, or receiving a rejection letter from a magazine, as the case may be.
The Red Fox in a Postmodern Fur is the thrilling story of “two inflated egos caressing one another”.
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