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A wonderfully disorienting mix of nature writing and haunting surrealism, told in epistolary form, accompanied by delicately unsettling illustrations. Brian Morse and Betsy Potter have made a book that will make readers feel slightly to the left of themselves, as they follow a narrator through a peculiar landscape via letters home to his mother (and a few other folks).
Paperback, 44 pages
Published September 2016 by Pski's Porch
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Absurdity cloaks truths about our own world in this rare gem of a book. A journey in and through Nature, conceived in a manner that is fundamentally unnatural and incredibly real in the very same moment. Written with skill and soul in a voice that leavens frustration and despair with wit and even a touch of hopefulness, the book is illustrated by a gifted artist whose sublime pictures render moments and figures from the text in colorful, striking images that burrow into the mind's eye. Can easil ...more
Brian Morse's first fiction book, Migration—a collection of interlacing letters—was published by Pski’s Porch in 2016; an excerpt was published as 3 Letters in the Buffalo Ochre Papers Series of Chapettes (2014). Brian currently lives in Rochester, NY.