A celebrated photographer hangs up his camera… and starts selling off his pictures on the streets of Seattle. Each picture has a story.
This is a true hypernovel. The hundred chapters–each a description or explanation of a photograph–are not connected by normal plot sequence, but by clicking links to read them in the order created by the reader. Plots might emerge, but are less important that relationships of mood, key words, color, or intent. Stark and unflinching, the style has been described as “black, steel, and glass–focused just past infinity”. Partly based on my experiences as a photographer in Seattle, partly fictionalized, partly a kind of tech/flesh poetry, these images and their stories are intended to haunt you.