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A Perfect Blindness Paperback – April 25, 2017
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About the Author
APerfect Blindness draws on the author's experience as a roadie, a sound- and light-manboth for a band and live theater, and his extensive production andpost-production experience, as well as fond memories of the city of Chicago,and the many dark clubs in which he danced.
Whilegetting concurrent BA and BS degrees at the Ohio State University, Mr. Huntroadied, and ran lights and sound for the cover-band Kax. Soon aftergraduating, he moved to Chicago, to pursue writing. In 1990, he co-founded andran the Rudely Elegant theater in the then edgy Wicker Park neighborhood, wherehe co-wrote and produced the long running play Barbie: The Fantasies. Whenthe city closed the theater, he moved onto Loxley Hall Productions, aneducational film company, where he quickly rose to producer. There, heaccumulated several industry awards for educational videos, as well as workingon music, and music video projects with the company's founder. Their short film There's no Such Thing as a Chanukah Bush, Sandy Goldstein, won the 1998 Emmyfor Outstanding Achievement in Children's Programing, as well as 5international film awards.
Mr.Hunt then decided to turn his energy toward writing again, and after a sixmonth sabbatical in Mexico City, where he began work on a novel that wouldeventually become A Perfect Blindness, he moved to New York and earned hisMaster of Arts in English at CCNY. While in school, he gave readings around NewYork City, including at the famed KGB Bar. His short stories have won honorsand commendations both in the US and the UK. Based on his work as a certifiedsommelier, he wrote the wine column "The Wine Hunter" for the now defunctvino.com.
Afterturns at Moving.com as a content editor, and teaching expository and creativewriting at City College New York, W. Lance Hunt now works as a freelance writerand editor, living in Brooklyn, with his wife and son.
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Top Customer Reviews
Hunt used a unique way of providing their personal viewpoints giving Jonathan, Jennifer and Scott separate chapters telling the story as they see it unfold. Even the chapter title fonts match the individual characters: Scott very bold, Jennifer softer more fluid and Jonathan rather noncommittal in between.
While I found the initial focus of the story a complex one making me wonder will these three ever figure out their lives in the midst of the journey to create music fitting of the 1980‘s, in the end, their story takes on very unexpected turns of events that left me both surprised and rather shocked, yet somehow hopeful. This is a human adventure with all the elements of a great read.