Bring Clouds to the Kingdom
Two men are pulled from their places in time and discarded into a strange future, where sand abounds and sorrow is universal, and here they exercise supernatural talents to shape a dying world. One gives birth to an empire, exploiting the remnants of the human race as brick and mortar to realize ambitions from centuries past. The other corrals what life remains in an attempt to drive back the sand and build a kingdom of green, repurposing the desperation of his fellow human beings to recreate the Earth he once knew. These visions, lofty and indomitable both, prove incompatible. Bring Clouds to the Kingdom is the author’s most unorthodox work to date, sharing his love of the natural world in a narrative both bizarre and disquieting.
The Sky Was Copper Blue
Sick of covering weddings, birthdays, and protests, photographer Madelyn Hathaway grabs her camera and heads out in the forests of Nova Scotia, looking for inspiration. She finds it and more when her foray into nature photography leads her to discover something thought lost to history.
As her husband and friends step in to manage the repercussions, Madelyn delves into an exploration of freedom, history, and responsibility to the natural world that culminates in a decision to fight for what she believes is right. Though it might be too late.