Momentary Illumination of Objects In Motion
The car is idling on the road between
where we’ve been and where we’re going.
The door’s open. You coming?
A fantastic short story collection about coming of age, young punkhood, multi-racial identities, hard-hard life, naive and deep-seated sincerity, and ballsiness. Debut for Portland author Jason Arias, JasonAriasAuthor.com.
alongside people wrestling with issues of life and death, identity and race, change and
resistance to change. These characters behave bravely and awkwardly and unsavory in
an attempt to be who they want to be—or can’t help but being.
Among others, you’ll meet:
● a lovestruck gamer
● an Earl Sneed Sinclair wannabe
● an unlikely threesome of cassette tape thieves
● a lumberjack seeking love advice from Danielle Steel novels
Momentary Illumination of Objects In Motion unflinchingly peers into the places we turn
away from, and shows us it’s not always as neat or as clean as we’d like to imagine.
Sometimes it’s messy as hell.