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"I haven’t read anything in years that captures so well the beauty of being young. It feels like Godard and Truffaut during their early enchantment."—Woodstock Times
This two-part work, a haunting novella and a visionary collection of prose and poetry, explores themes of personal freedom and the end of innocence in a changing world. In Book One, Amelia Fisher is a young woman plagued by loss and the abandonment of her dreams, who must learn to face her own truth. In Book Two, writings both hallucinatory and full of heart take us on a dark but ultimately redemptive flight into the landscapes of human folly.
Simone Felice writes in the related disciplines of fiction, poetry and song. He travels extensively, giving readings in universities and cafes in North America and Europe.
|Publisher:||Monkfish Book Publishing Company|
|Product dimensions:||5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Born in Palenville, NY, in 1976. He writes in the related disciplines of fiction, poetry, and song. He travels extensively, giving readings in theaters, bookstores, schools, and cafes in North America and Europe. He has been a featured poet at: the Black Box theatre in SF, the Farrago poetry festival in London, the Cathedral in London, the Bug Bar in London, the colony café Woodstock, the Starry Plough Oakland. He also opened for the reggae band The Burning Spear at the Bearsville Theatre in Bearsville, NY. Simone toured with Ainsley Burrow's Babylon by Foot tour in 2002, during the London leg of the tour.