Fiction. LGBT Studies. Queer Studies. Presented in wandering, haunting prose featuring dreamlike, surreal explorations of character and place, this short narrative is told in three voices: Human, Dog, and Ghost. Investigating memory and grief through landscapes and animals, it is a haunting story, told in finely wrought language, of loss and the search for companionship, belonging, and being.
"Less a book than a hollowing, a keening, an excavation, an echo chamber, suffused with doubt and dread and longing—haunted and gorgeous."—Carole Maso
Sarah Tourjee lives online at sarahtourjee.wordpress.com and on land in Providence, RI. Her short fiction and prose can be found in Quarterly West, Conjunctions, PANK, The Collagist, Wigleaf, Everyday Genius, Anomalous, and elsewhere. She is currently at work on a manuscript entitled Sam Says, Sam.
Author City: PROVIDENCE, RI USA