"In Autumn Imago, Bryan Wiggins masterfully illuminates the mysterious power of the wilderness—and the resiliency of the human spirit—to heal in the wake of devastating trauma."
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) August 25, 2016
Paul Strand’s estrangement from his family has landed him in the one place they thought they would never return to: the rural Maine state park where his little sister drowned years before. But when his mother’s escalating Alzheimer’s disease creates a crisis that calls him home, Paul is pressured into hosting a family reunion in the park.
Over the course of ten days, while guiding his family over difficult terrain—physical and emotional—Paul finds himself torn between his desire for isolation and the need to reconnect with the only people who can truly make him whole. But after nearly a lifetime of separation, he wonders if the painful chasm between them too deep to overcome.
In Autumn Imago (September 27, 2016; E-Book; ISBN 9780062565693), Bryan Wiggins masterfully illuminates the mysterious power of the wilderness—and the resiliency of the human spirit—to heal in the wake of devastating trauma.
About the Author
Bryan Wiggins is a Maine-based author whose works have been published in Canoe & Kayak, Sea Kayaker, and The Maine Review. He is the host of The Pine Cone Writers' Den, a Maine novelists collective, and regularly speaks at forums such as the Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance and The Muse and the Marketplace literary conference in Boston. For the past thirty-four years, Bryan has made annual backcountry pilgrimages to explore the rugged mountain landscape that serves as the setting for his novel, Autumn Imago. For more information please visit http://www.WigginsCreative.com.
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