Luke Wallin's collection of five stories and twenty-one poems encompasses both the natural world and the supernatural. Wallin takes us from the bayous of Mississippi to culverts where devils reside; from conversations with bears to reflections on Supreme Court appointments.
The collection is stitched together with Wallin's signature humor and thoughtful lens on the world. These are stories and poems to savor.
Luke Wallin is a writer and visual artist from Mississippi. HIs books have been selected by Best Books lists by the American Library Association, the New York Public Library, the Critical Anthropology website of the Smithsonian Institution, and been recorded for the blind by the Library of Congress.
Of the twenty-six pieces in this collection, ten were published in literary magazines and/or anthologies.
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(Pictured at right: The Night We Called the Owls: Stories and Poems, by Luke Wallin)