Posts Tagged: Kirby Gann

Swinging Modern Sounds #72: Urban Pastoral


It’s like a landscape that you can’t know until you’ve seen it through four seasons, until you’ve seen it on days gray and bright.


“Ghosting,” by Kirby Gann

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There’s a lot of words for book reviewers to throw around when faced with a novel that’s bound to shake readers to the core—multilayered, complex, riveting. We use these words poignantly in some cases; by force of habit in others; sometimes, even out of misplaced obligation. But when it comes to Kirby Gann’s Ghosting, most […]