Coming very soon in paperback–A subversive narrative . . .
Whether one regards it as a sequence of forty-two narrative poems or the somewhat broken body of a metaphysical epic, there will be no disagreement that Trinity & Its Twin is a provocative work.
Ostensibly the fragmented tale of a homeless refugee and a runaway teenager who join a separatist religious sect, the story interweaves sociopolitical statements and philosophical ideas. Beliefs are questioned. Psychological depths, explored. Taboos, broken.
Though some may find themselves lost in a dense garden of hellish delights, others may see a darkly beautiful allegory about the synthesis of true and false loves.
A volume that may prove to be as divisive as it is baroque, Trinity & Its Twin extends an invitation to all, but offers no promises.
The paperback will be available within the next few days. Check back here for more information.