Brenna metaphorically discusses ‘Murdering the Mom’ Share/BookmarkDon’t expect “Murdering the Mom,” Duff Brenna’s latest work, to be a criminal confession of matricide, although a browser at one of his book signings asked Brenna’s publisher if it was a death row confession. Quite the opposite. Nearly 15 years after his mother’s death, Brenna is writing his paean to her. The title derives [...]
July 11, 2013 - Idyllwild Town Crier
Ian Astbury in Billboard It's to do with matricide,Astbury said, "and how our culture destroys women, and how society still isn't working for the woman. We haven't been in a place where women have been in charge for thousands of years. That's one of the underlying...
Simon Oakland in Salon Feb. 2, 2007 | At the end of "Psycho," the authoritative shrink played by Simon Oakland tells us, "Matricide is probably the most unbearable crime of all."