Your Disappearance by David Wirthlin
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The marvelous inventiveness of David Wirthlin’s Your Disappearance will sweep over its lucky readers in waves. Look for it lightly disguised as canaries, pencil shavings, mysterious spirals, perpetually rotating rocks, recurring dogs and fields wherein one might just vanish. Strange, lovely, generous, disturbing, Your Disappearance is the work of a writer of exceptional talent.
— Laird Hunt
Shadows play across this story of being in time where silence and subtlety are the main attractions. The shapes resulting tell us about relation, about the shifts, disappearances, and returns that define cohabitation. How we share imagined, actual, and propositional space is informed by the transformations between us. Your Disappearance goes after this with precision and an eye for those understated events that fall between the cracks.
David Wirthlin is also the author of Houndstooth (Spuyten Duyvil, 2009). His work has appeared in the Denver Quarterly,elimae, Sleepingfish, Harp & Altar, and The 2nd Hand. He holds an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and is currently at work on a PhD from the University of Denver. David is editor of the smallHABITS chap-journal of innovative fiction.
· Paperback: 100 pages
· Binding: Perfect-Bound
· Publisher: BlazeVOX [books]
· ISBN: 9781935402404