Coyote reviewed at Counterpunch

Coyote-Colin-Winnette-cover-thumbCharles R. Larson discusses Colin Winnette’s Coyote in Counterpunch:

Coyote is wrenched from the heart—a powerful study of pain, madness, and peace. That final word may surprise you because there are revelations in Winnette’s tight narrative that will unsettle you, just as the narrator is shocked by her discovery of what happened to her missing child and then driven further into madness. Even the dedication at the beginning of the text (“For any always elsewhere”) leaves one in a state of limbo, suggesting that the author has also experienced the unspeakable (a missing child) or been very close to someone who did.

Explore Larson’s full review here.

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