Bookslinger Update: “The City in the Light of Moths”

The Bookslinger app has been updated with a new story!

This week’s story is from Understories by Tim Horvath, published by Bellevue Literary Press. What if there were a city that consisted only of restaurants? What if Paul Gauguin had gone to Greenland instead of Tahiti? What if there were a field called Umbrology, the study of shadows, where physicists and shadow puppeteers worked side by side? Full of speculative daring though firmly anchored in the tradition of realism, Tim Horvath’s stories explore all of this and more— blending the everyday and the wondrous to contend with age-old themes of loss, identity, imagination, and the search for human connection. Whether making offhand references to Mystery Science Theater, providing a new perspective on Heidegger’s philosophy and forays into Nazism, or following the imaginary travels of a library book, Horvath’s writing is as entertaining as it is thought provoking.

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  1. Pingback: Free in the AppStore: A story from Understories | Bellevue Literary Press

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