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What I Saw

Writer
Nic Wilson
Date
2020
Publisher
Self-Published
Format
Literary
Genre
Creative Writing
Description

What I Saw is a collection of very short essays about looking, light, grief, photography, and decay. Part historic, part poetic, and part ekphrastic, these essays are immersed in other texts, other beings, and other people, from different times, and different places.

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