Jerome, Arizona: a place enshrouded with its past, alive with its legends, at peace with its ghosts, reverent of its place in history and hopeful about its dreams of the future all at the same time.
And you, reader, who has found a spark of the imagination that brought you to Cleopatra hill, hold a book of stories, linked to the supernatural elements of 'the largest ghost town in America'. A book as fascinated by place as it is by theme. The stories use the ghostly setting to explore the casualties of art and the search for inspiration; the angst of coming to terms with ones past and dealing with ones ghosts; the illusive nature of happiness and the puzzle of its attainability; the eternal transformations of love; and the immorality and mystical nature of music.
|Ryan B. Clark
|Cod de bare
|Ghost Writer Press
|210 x 140 x 8