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Bryseis, Spoils of War

by Tawny Fritz

Not much is said about Bryseis, save that she was the prize that Agamemnon stole from Achilles, which caused Achilles to stop fighting. But what of Bryseis? Stolen from her destroyed home, forced to endure life amongst invaders, decorated with other spoils from war. Young, beautiful, and alone. What did she feel? What did she think?

War is hell. Best to dissociate.

“I’m not your gods damned war prize, Agamemnon,” she thought to herself.

Ink, Colored pencil, Graphite, and Gold Leaf on Ampersand Claybord

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Tawny Fritz is from New Orleans. That should say all you need to know about the chaos that reigns inside her brainmeats, but how about some more info anyway? Tawny likes ink (a lot). She likes knives, nature, and for her art, confrontational subjects that stare into your soul. She also unironically loves long walks on the beach at sunset.

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