When a young boy realizes that his world is upending by the minute, terrifying him beyond his coping abilities, he develops a plan of escape; an extended journey into an imaginary world where the realities are recast and transformed into a form much more palatable.
The results of this sometimes hilarious, often poignant adventure, are collected in the volume, Still Life with Psychotic Squirrel.
I must confess, I am obsessed, a true obsessive, a subject controlled by his obsession. And truly I cannot wish for any other way that this, the primary obsession being a divine still life painting, brought to life early to mid 20th century but termed 19th century by the painter, my uncle, Amadeo Sosa. The artist was a painter and artist enormously gifted, an artist to whom all others could only glimpse in fragmented manner knowing that the gift by wh...