An island who becomes ambulatory and has adventures upon the land. A frigate captain with a singularly artistic method of punishment. Gulls who are players. Crabs who crack wise. A garage encrusted in blue crystals that harbors a secret. Rival haunted forests fighting for top billing. And a man who navigates that dream world known to anyone who has had a life pulled out from under them and a heart replaced with a question that has a beat of its own: What the hell is happening to me? What the hell is happening to me? What the hell is happening to me? Dark March may be happening to you. And probably some other things, too. "Colin Fleming is one of the truly exciting and significant writers of his generation." - Richard Burgin, editor of Boulevard. Colin Fleming writes for The Atlantic, The New Yorker, Rolling Stone, and ESPN The Magazine.
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Colin Fleming writes for The Atlantic, The New Yorker, Rolling Stone, and ESPN The Magazine. Read more at colinfleminglit.com.