Dying for Veronica: A Sub-Catholic Dream with Mind-Music

Dying for Veronica: A Sub-Catholic Dream with Mind-Music

by Matthew S. Remski
     
 
A young man is coming of age at the intersection of a broken Catholicism and a rupturing postmodernity. His sister initiates him into transgression, shadow-play, and the sublime. Then she vanishes. He writes a long love-letter to her and his own silence, shredding both liturgy and language in passionate confession of whatever comes after faith.

A second edition of

Overview

A young man is coming of age at the intersection of a broken Catholicism and a rupturing postmodernity. His sister initiates him into transgression, shadow-play, and the sublime. Then she vanishes. He writes a long love-letter to her and his own silence, shredding both liturgy and language in passionate confession of whatever comes after faith.

A second edition of Matthew Remski's ground-breaking first novel.

"Remski writes a rich work, whose blasphemous intensities evoke the broken genius of Rimbaud or Baudelaire." -- Christian Bök

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781484025321
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
04/05/2013
Pages:
226
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.52(d)

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Meet the Author

Matthew Remski is a yoga therapist and ayurvedic practitioner living in Toronto. He won the 1996 bp nichol chapbook award for organon (Coach House Press). He writes poetry (syrinx and systole, 2011), and non-fiction (threads of yoga, 2012).

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