From the author of Pieta, Ohio River Dialogues, and Ballad of the Confessor, comes a collection of what on the surface appear to be short stories, but are more akin to sagas of the past - myths about youthful love presented with honesty, elegance, and a bit of theatrics. Part 1 of 2, these tales examine love in its many and varied faces. In prose that often approaches verse, Zink holds up a mirror reflecting love's images, asking only that the reader believe in the hope of magic, while celebrating the pedestrian.
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