The Los Angeles Review 19

When senses voiced in writing merge, separate, and flow back together again, ink and paper suddenly transform. The plan, working alongside poverty in Haiti, the killing of things living yet unjustly categorized as trivial, the change in lives through photographs, and their stillness in passing. Color speaks, light touches, smell remembers, all through the innately human attempt to soften the unfamiliar, to know, and experience otherness. Enter Volume 19 of The Los Angeles Review and witness the minutiae and grandeurs, the discomforts, and triumphs of life as the senses tell it.

White lettering reads the Los Angeles Review Volume 19 by Kate Gale over the image of a blackened out streetlight and the nighttime sky featuring a bright crescent moon.

Kate Gale ( Author Website )

Publication Date: April 1, 2016

Genre/Imprint: LAR

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ISBN: 978-1-59709-420-7