Stars above the barren trees by Sam Rasnake
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About the author:
Sam Rasnake once wrote, “If I could be a book, I’d choose Narrow Road to the Interior by Bashō for journey, Bishop’s Geography III for perfection, or Kafka’s The Metamorphosis for its truth. If I could be a painting, anything by Hopper. And music? Kind of Blue by Miles Davis or at least Bill Evans’ piano on “So What”. Film? That’s an easy choice: Kieślowski’s camera.” His poetry, flash fiction, and non-fiction have been widely published, and his music can be found on Show Yourself by Radio On – available at CDBaby, Amazon digital music, iTunes, youtube.