Fiction. Renowned installation artist Frank Poole has embarked on his most ambitious project to date: an entire housing subdivision in the desert of Nevada, with every element painted stark white. By his side is his young wife Caitlin, his manager and confidante who keeps the volatile artist functioning from day to day. But as Frank grows increasingly anxious about his undertaking, Caitlin learns she is pregnant and begins to wonder what the future might hold for them both. At turns funny, tragic, triumphant and harrowing, ONE DAY SOON TIME WILL HAVE NO PLACE LEFT TO HIDE is a documentary film in prose. Structured as a "kinoroman," a novella-as-film-script-as novella, the text explores the nature of art, of watching and of being watched, of life put on display, all the while focusing on the day-to-day existence of one couple as they work through the incendiary materials of their lives together.
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Christian Kiefer is the author of the novels The Infinite Tides (Bloomsbury, 2013) and The Animals (Liveright, 2015) and has been an active songwriter, musician, and poet for a number of years. His work has appeared in Zyzzyva, Santa Monica Review, and Catamaran Literary Reader amongst others. He serves on the faculty of American River College in Sacramento and lives in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada with his family. Author City: NEWCASTLE, CA USA