XVII 'Drafts: Letter Unsent' by Ann Daly

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16 pages, 8 full-spread plates on Mohawk Superfine, saddle-stiched.

In a blurring of the genres of memoir and fiction, “Drafts: Letters Unsent,” is a meditation on the narrator’s detective work, through unsent letters, which attempt to “make sense” of the catastrophic aftermath of WWI, WWII, and the Korean War, for her family. Radical doubt regarding documents, particularly photographs, and the active dynamic of interpretation, underscores the role of desire and psychological projection through this forensic search, and the difficulty of knowing “what has been.” Companion volume to Daly’s LVII “Box of Fiction.”
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