Irregulars is an account of a psychologist's life turned inside out by a madman; a phantasmagoric tale of a woman who paints between seeing patients in an old warehouse in the back streets of New York's Meat Market District. Cleo Goldwin sits inside secrets, unraveling a puzzle that is driving a stranger mad without knowing who she will find at the end of each fifty-minute hour. The police have informed her that an ordinary man with extraordinary tastes is on the loose in Manhattan -- a deadly killer. But she continues to risk her life on the top floor of her isolated loft in the hope of exposing him. Irregulars is a flagrantly irreverent tale with no pretext of
"normality" on either side of the couch. A tender telling of passion and humor/eroticism and fear, written with quirky twists of meaning, it is a compelling fusion of reality as it is seen with how it is felt. MARILYN JACOVSKY is an artist and therapist living in Manhattan.