“Elegantly told with a fully-developed cast of characters and wonderful sense of place.” (Jim Nichols, winner of the Maine Literary Award and author of Closer All the Time)
“Delivers a powerful, emotionally charged story about loss, love, and redemption.” (Steven Konkoly, author of Dispatches)
“Captures the magic of Baxter State Park in a moving tale of the conflicts of the human heart.” (Paul Corrigan, poet)
“Autumn Imago resonates with an enduring lesson of forgiveness framed within the wild beauty of Maine’s Baxter State Park.” (Joseph Souza, Author of Unpaved Surfaces)
“There is so much that is so good here, starting with the opening chapter, compelling characters with wonderful arcs, and a family pathology that Autumn Imago captures superbly.” (Frank O. Smith, PEN/Bellwether prize finalist, book reviewer for the Maine Sunday Telegram)
About the Author
Bryan Wiggins is a Maine-based author whose works have been published in Canoe & Kayak, Sea Kayaker, and The Maine Review. He is the host of The Pine Cone Writers' Den, a Maine novelist’s collective, and regularly speaks at forums such as the Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance and The Muse and the Marketplace literary conference in Boston. For the past thirty-four years, Bryan has made annual backcountry pilgrimages to explore the rugged mountain landscape that serves as the setting for his novel, Autumn Imago. Visit him at WigginsCreative.com.