Available now is the first anthology of short fiction from author J. Peterson. In
succinct, matter-of-fact tonalities, we are exposed to environments such as the unforgiving rural
southwestern United States landscape, waste management companies, the treacherous
psychology of child abductors, the precarious alternate reality of online dating, and the strange
beauty of the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, as well as brief meditations on suicides by television
personalities, the voyeurism of people-watching, those who live with severe mental illnesses,
and the logic of those who retreat from their identities and relationships to begin new lives in total
anonymity. Herein you will find equal parts bleak assessment, resolute strength, disaffection,
and tender sensitivity.
52 pages, black and white, 8.5 x 11, undisclosed edition.
$15 postpaid in USA
$22 postpaid to CAN
$25 postpaid to EUR, ASIA, R.O.W.
Wholesale prices available for interested distributors. Please be aware this item is expensive to print, as such the wholesale prices will not reflect the usual discount.
Trades for other fiction, anecdotal writing, essays, or experimental writing are possible –
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No review copies.
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