news | Wednesday September 9, 2015
Fresh from the presses, it’s Daniel Canty’s breezy, philosophical travelogue, The United States of Wind. Translated by Oana Avasilichioaei, it’s a gentle road book, a melancholy blue guide written in an airy, associative prose. The book, mixing the tropes of road narrative, poetic fabulation, and philosophical memoir, reaches towards images on the horizon of memory, to find out where they come from, while coming to the foreordained realization that, wherever memory may lead us, its images will be long gone when we get there and most probably were never even there at all.
Raise the windsock. Read the compass. Ride where the wind wills it.
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