White Thoughts in a Gray Season, Meditations on Sundry by Steven Carter
Steven Carter continues his white-hot pace of producing some of the richest and heartfelt prose to be found anywhere. His latest RMP offering is a series of meditations, invoking the shade of Ambrose Bierce, on what Valentina Schiattarella of the University of Naples calls “. . . an assembly, a do-it-yourself puzzle with limited directions which allow us to put together, not an object or objects, but a view on the world.” Amelia Albuquerque de Tavares adds “[Steven Carter] invites the reader to enter a world part satire, part bricolage: a world I find fascinating and significant.” There is no one else doing what Carter is doing. Check it out, you won’t be disappointed.
Heaven: Where you are compelled to be what you think you are. Hell: Where you are compelled to be what you wish you were (cf. be careful what you wish for). Purgatory: Where you are compelled to be what the world thinks you are.
Size: 5" x 7.5"
Binding: perfect softbound