Cover by Claiborne O'Connor
Trade paper -- 184 pp.
A WORLD FOR THE MEEK
A post-blast life-affirming fantasy, in which the lone survivor finds a baby in the kiva, rears him, loses him, goes Zen-crazy walking from Duke City to the Gulf of California, where he survives a very long time, and finds love and meaning among the dolphins and the octopi. When the dolphins find our Noah, they think they've found a fossil. Read an excerpt!
|Magically written, and full of wisdom.|
|-- BOOKS OF THE SOUTHWEST|
|...a magical flower of fantasy...eerie...transcendent. As we contemplate the very real prospect of a devastating near future, Willson's daring meditation through the destruction and out the other end is a wonderful affirmation. It is also an unusual and delightfully rendered story.|
|-- SMALL PRESS REVIEW|
|...original and fascinating, surprising and uplifting at once...an exercise in modern mythology, creating something grounded in our world and yet speaking to our problems on a more symbolic level...a good tale about the art of living.|
|-- FACT SHEET FIVE|
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