on 19 December 2012
For Myra, For Iris by Edward Knight. The first impression of this new book is limited to just 50 copies and it is now available for a limited period.
Through a one-way mirror, which hangs in a toilet, which sits on a train, Arthur is observed by a team of unknown researchers. He is commuting on this train, though to where, if he is forced to consider it, he is not quite sure. He observes a sleeping man, overhears a prattling nurse and talks with a young girl, and then the train crashes.
His quest to find meaning in his survival leads him through the inkier boroughs of the city and his mind. Lost in this foggy hinterland he finds himself writing of another man in another place, a character who is perhaps more real than Arthur understands...