Squatters in the Low House


     A road which leads to escape may also lead to stagnation, and a place in-between yields the dependency of safety.  Herbs are consumed, wounds are healed, and terrible mistakes are made with the lights on.  A sword in the mind is blunted in the solace of squalor, as a sword cast away finds its way through.

     Exploring themes of control, lying, and a dysfunctional search for meaning, this novella is 52 pages, with covers in pen and ink wash, and interiors in traditional pen, brush, and ink.