by Jesse Moynihan
A surreal series of vignettes, revolving around a cone-hatted no-one, and his experiences with the forces of nature, and the nature of the displaced. Highly influenced by the works of Comte de Lautreamont, Amos Tutuola and Alejandro Jodorowsky; the Backwards Folding Mirror is a personal and layered exploration of the illogical and the fantastic, swirling through the context of a life in its lowest and highest moments. Awarded the Xeric Grant in 2005.
24 pages, Black and white with color covers
Non Local Books, 2005