Named after the surface condition in which no object casts a shadow, the horizon cannot be seen, and only dark objects are discernible, this collection of poems explores how accidental voyeurism can force reconsideration and reconciliation. The featured pieces delve into the concept of daily life's heavy weather, illustrating how it establishes measure and how the predatory nature of the accidental conjures unexpected things. This sixth compilation, a decade in the making, is at once taut, tender, and terrifying, shattering convention in the collision of order and rage, formlessness and hard-won serenity.
About this Author
George Murray is the author of Glimpse, The Hunter, and The Rush to Here. His work has been featured in magazines and anthologies in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. He is the former owner and editor of Bookninja.com. He lives in St. John's, Newfoundland.
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