926 Years
Kyle Coma-Thompson, Tristan Foster
Add to Cart (Preorder)
Release: January 21, 2020
4.5" X 7"

Through twenty-two linked stories, Tristan Foster and Kyle Coma-Thompson explore the creative potential of people's native estrangement from themselves and each other. Two writers who have never met, who live on opposite sides of the globe—one in Australia, the other in the United States—tracking the pattern of probable lives and fates that co-exist between them, from Korea to England, Senegal to Argentina. Their conclusion/suspicion: imagination is stronger, and subtler, than God, and offers more than mere consolation for the difficulties of living.

Kyle Coma-Thompson is the author of the short story collections The Lucky Body and Night in the Sun. His work has been anthologized in New American Stories (Vintage, 2015) and Twenty-Five Rooms (Dostoyevsky Wannabe, 2019). He lives in Louisville, Kentucky.
Tristan Foster is a writer from Sydney, Australia. His short story collection Letter to the Author of the Letter to the Father was published by Transmission Press.