Retrograde

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Price
$16.95  $15.76
Publisher
Meerkat Press, LLC
Publish Date
Pages
270
Dimensions
5.9 X 8.9 X 0.7 inches | 0.8 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781946154026
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About the Author

Originally from Virginia, Kat Hausler is a graduate of New York University and holds an M.F.A. in Fiction from Fairleigh Dickinson University, where she was the recipient of a Baumeister Fellowship. Her work has been published by 34th Parallel, Inkspill Magazine, All Things That Matter Press, Rozlyn Press, and BlazeVOX. Her novel Retrograde, which will be published by Meerkat Press in September 2017, was long-listed for the Mslexia Novel Competition. She works as a translator in Berlin.

Reviews

"[E]ach word that is spoken or left unsaid becomes important in a cat-and-mouse mind game that gives this pensive story some elements of a thriller. The love that's described is always on thin ice ("But the moment he touches her, the spell will break, and they'll just be two people in bed together, without any enchantments"). Hausler's ability to describe the precarious state of the emotions involved is consistently convincing. . . . A strongly written tale about resurrecting a marriage under the most unusual and mysterious of circumstances." -- Kirkus Reviews


"Hausler's debut novel was an incredibly beautiful look at love put through the test of time. Retrograde is very much about the nature of love as it features many of the ups and downs of a difficult relationship. From touching dates and admiration to petty fights and full blown arguments, Hausler's breakout has it all." -- Melissa Ratcliff, Paperback Paris
"This disturbing, haunting and powerful story explores the minutiae of the relationship between the couple as they start to live together again . . . the ending was a masterpiece of the power of 'less is more' in story-telling - but if you want to know what it is, then you will have to read this wonderful novel." -- Linda Hepworth, Nudge Books