By Stuart Ross
Brilliant experimental, surrealist fiction from the award-winning writer of Snowball, Dragonfly, Jew
A very good dream and a terrible nightmare, a fuzzy recognition of ache and relatives, Pockets is a singular of fragments — either actually and figuratively. In a chain of prose-poem chapters, the anonymous narrator, in a principally Jewish Nineteen Sixties suburb within the northern reaches of Toronto, again and again enters the realm, as though for the 1st time. His panorama is one among trilobite fossils, bicycles with banana seats, purple Skelton, and overwhelming loss. between shadows that either convenience and threaten, a brother who drifts during the sky, he reveals his narrative packed with wallet of vacancy he can’t support yet attempt to fill.
A heartbreakingly own and profound paintings, Pockets redefines the unconventional, offering limitless scope in whatever diminutive, pocket-sized. each interpreting brings new revelations.
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