An old fisherman recites his "sea-sorrow"; two sisters search for their runaway brother and the girl they believe he keeps tied to a tree. The landscape comes alive as these stories chart families broken apart and stitched back together over the course of harsh New England seasons.
ABOUT JOSHUA HARMON
Joshua Harmon is the author of the essay collection The Annotated Mixtape, the novel Quinnehtukqut, the short story collection History of Cold Seasons, and the poetry collections Le Spleen de Poughkeepsie and Scape. He lives in western Massachusettes.