By Michael Engelhard
As the outdated adage is going, "if you cannot say it in a couple of pages, you will not in a hundred." the decisions in Cold Flashes—very brief prose and black-and-white photographs—embody completely this transparency, thrift, and discretion. chanced on listed below are hugely polished micro-narratives, either fiction and nonfiction, and a chain of eloquent and inventive halftones that seize their large topics in a nutshell. by means of minimizing the exposition, the decisions stimulate the mind's eye to mirror at the wealthy variety of individuals and areas that make up Alaska. To be savored piecemeal at espresso retailers, at the bus, or whereas ready in line, the photographs and textual content in Cold Flashes will resonate with either the reader and every different, fusing into whatever profound but elusive.
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Cold Flashes: Literary Snapshots of Alaska by Michael Engelhard