Sightseeing

Michael Onofrey (Author)
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Description

Sightseeing is a tale of lust and art set in Paris, France. Intrigue haunts the prose where hilarity and evil arise in a twist of collaboration. Minus any personal background, a woman and a man explore one another while regarding masterpieces of fine art and the historic sites of Paris.

Sightseeing, stealthily and meticulously explores Paris and art in a tale that delves into questions of personal choice and identity with a knowing immediacy that has us questioning our own perceptions and views of art and storytelling.

Ed Meek, author of Luck, What We Love and Spy Pond

A mystery woman lures a willing stranger into a fantasy world where time is fluid, and art informs life. With its noir intrigue reminiscent of French new age cinema and its masterful prose, this remarkable novella will keep you guessing.

Alexis Rhome Fancher, author of Enter Here and Junkie Wife

Onofrey's prose has a mannered veneer that is made strange, made fascinating by how exacting and mysterious it is. Fans of Kazuo Ishiguro, or Dead Ringers-era David Cronenberg, here's a book for you.

Alex Higley, author of Old Open

Product Details

Price
$12.95
Publisher
Clash Books
Publish Date
May 14, 2019
Pages
124
Dimensions
5.0 X 0.29 X 8.0 inches | 0.31 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781944866440
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About the Author

MICHAEL ONOFREY was born and raised in Los Angeles. Currently he lives in Japan. Over seventy of his short stories have been published in literary journals and magazines, including Cottonwood, The Evansville Review, Natural Bridge, Snowy Egret, Terrain.org, Weber--The Contemporary West, and The William and Mary Review. Among anthologized work, his stories have appeared in Creativity & Constraint (Wising Up Press, 2014), In New Light (Northern Initiative for Social Action, 2013), Road to Nowhere and Other New Stories from the Southwest (University of New Mexico Press, 2013), and Imagination & Place: An Anthology (Imagination & Place Press, 2009).