The Forest

The Forest

by T.C. Anderson
The Forest

The Forest

by T.C. Anderson


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The Forest, the first poetry collection from writer and artist T.C. Anderson, is the first part of an exploratory journey through the collective experience of literature and art. Assimilated with a fate-driven poetic method using handwritten phrases on paper slips, The Forest is a three-act journey that invites the reader into itself as it explores what it means to be human and how we live and exist. The collection is the inspirational basis of an immersive visual and literary art installation of the same name currently being developed with Houston-based artist Mari Omori; the first iteration of the work, named after the book's first act, The Branches, has been exhibited at Houston Community College and Lone Star College-Kingwood in their 2020 Virtual Faculty Art Show.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781087924113
Publisher: Riza Press
Publication date: 04/28/2021
Pages: 42
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.11(d)

About the Author

T.C. Anderson is a writer and poet based in Houston, Texas, with work published in Sunday Mornings at the River, Capsule Stories, Pages Penned in Pandemic: A Collective, The Raven Review, and more. Her short story, "Letter to the Boy at the Grocery Store," was the winner of Poetic Reveries magazine's Christmas Short Story Competition in 2021. Her poetry collection, The Forest, was published by Riza Press in 2021 and will serve as the inspirational basis of an art installation with artist Mari Omori, debuting in 2022 in the Houston area.Additionally, she is a multimedia artist whose collaborative video work has shown in several Houston-area art galleries and self-portrait photography has been exhibited online, locally, and internationally. An award-winning graphic design professional, Anderson holds a Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design & Media Arts from Southern New Hampshire University.

Table of Contents

Act 1: Pg. 10-15

Act 2: Pg. 18-29

Act 3: Pg. 32-35

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