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The Trail of Quetzalcoatl Paperback – October 1, 2016
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Paperback, October 1, 2016
About the Author
Westley O. Heine is a multimedia writer best known as the blues-poet Cousin Bones, for word-chart painting "Infinigon," the documentaries "Trail of Quetzalcoatl" and “Poetry in Action,” and his unpublished underground novels.
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“Westley Heine is the travel agent of space-time. The Trail of Quetzalcoatl is the impossible ship that carries us, that surrounds time and the streets of Mexico. Heine has captured a pattern he builds us into. The words make malleable our bones. We dance to falling limbs. We're gods of wind, and dogs cursed to circle to earth's core. We are his "lazy bricks... waiting to be wall, only to crumble to rubble again." To miss this journey is to miss a path of ourselves we forget, what we were and were again, before and after all we become.”
- Josh Gaines, Poet, Captain of Thoughtcrime Press
“Behold! A wonderfully languid storyteller who immerses himself quite exquisitely within gorgeously thoughtful intertwined language and poetics. There can be no other than Westley Oscar Heine.”
- Sid Yiddish, Masters of Arts, interdisciplinary performance artist
“Trail Of Quetzalcoatl reads like Walt Whitman and Allen Ginsberg had a sweaty meth-fueled tryst in a Truck Stop men's room.”
- Michael Corcoran, Coauthor of Hollywood On Lake Michigan, 2nd Edition: 100 + Years of Chicago and the Movies.