Tamara's childhood was tumultuous. House is the story of each house she and her mother fled to, from an orange brick flat, to her grandfather's violent household. Tamara describes her early memories: strings of colorful laundry, and the nooks and crannies that she tucked herself into, in order to escape. This Australian perzine is written simply, and forwardly, and it indirectly explores the attachment we experience to the places we've lived.
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