Misfits, outcasts and renegades - the written works of ROACH use radical fictional characters as a vehicle to investigate the conventions of social norms / truths; and by their very nature, offer an alternative dialogue to the vernacular conversations of the ordinary and the unfulfilled.

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Hard Copy Cognition: Vol.1

"Mankind is poised midway between the gods and the beasts" - Plotinus

 

Delving into the dichotomy between two fictional states (Silany and Nemes), the Tales of the Fallible poses a simple question: is it better to be right (at the expense of our virtues) or happy (whilst compromising our idealism)?

 

At the micro socio-economic level, this contrast in philosophical ideals is explored further in the life of the Wise family - a unit torn, between humanity + contentment on one hand, and power + freedom on the other.

In doing so, the book also questions our presumptions about morality (what is inherently good + right vs what is evil + wrong) by exposing the duality  / contradictions in all of us.

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ETRE FINI

Hard Copy Cognition 

Vol.2

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Pantheon Orisha

Vol.1

The Guilt of Gold

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Vol.2 

Black China

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Vol.3

The Matryr of Regicide

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The Truth in Madness

Vol.1

A Memoir

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