Jory Post (Author)
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In the summer of 2020, the final summer of his life, Jory Post gave himself an assignment: He would write one essay a day, inspired by whatever caught his eye and imagination.
The seventy essays that emerged - personal and idiosyncratic, contemplative and fierce - range in subject from the writing life, extinct birds, and the origins of words to the "three 'C's" (cancer, chemo, and Covid) and his love for his wife and friends.
As he faced his last days, Jory Post measured the world around him and threw the full reach of his emotions and literary skills into these pages.
October 25, 2021
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.72 inches | 1.04 pounds
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About the Author
Jory Post was an educator, writer, and artist who lived in Santa Cruz, California. He and his wife, Karen Wallace, created handmade books and art together as JoKa Press. Jory was the co-founder and publisher of phren-z, an online literary quarterly, and founder of the Zoom Forward reading series.His first book of prose poetry, The Extra Year, was published in 2019, and was followed by a second, Of Two Minds, in 2020. His novel, Pious Rebel, also appeared in 2020. His novel, Smith: An Unauthorized Fictography, was published in 2021.His work has been published in Catamaran Literary Reader, Chicago Quarterly Review, Rumble Fish Quarterly, The Sun, and elsewhere. His short stories Sweet Jesus and Hunt and Gather were nominated for the 2019 Pushcart Prize.