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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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Chico72
Dec 21, 2016 rated it it was amazing
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
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I won this book through Goodreads. Very interesting and exciting book. Loved the illustrations. Read it so quickly. Couldn't get enough.
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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.
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