Fiction. FASCIA is a series of Southern vignettes describing various angles of life, from the silent-movie starlet, to the high school prom queen approaching middle age, to the adolescent boy. In each story there is a delicate web of familial and communal relationships that intersect, overlap and impede on the landscape. Printed in an edition of 500 with silkscreen covers by Nadine Nakanishi of Sonnenzimmer.
Ashley Donielle Murray is the author of FASCIA (The Green Lantern Press, 2009), a collection of stories drawn from southern vignettes focusing on a delicate web of familial and communal relationships that intersect, overlap, and impede on the landscape. She was raised in Texas and North Carolina, which both serve as a backdrop for the stories in this collection. A graduate of the MFA creative writing program at Columbia University, she now lives in Queens, New York. She is currently at work on a novel set in the twenties. Author City: Queens, NY USA