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dying for veronica: a sub-catholic dream with mind-music Paperback – April 5, 2013
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From the Back Cover
Matthew Remski's first novel, set in 1970s Toronto, is an incestuous love story of bizarre proportions. The narrator recalls an unhappy and twisted childhood spent with his sister Veronica, whom he is in love with - which leads to an even more unhappy adulthood. Shot through with black humour and biting satire, Dying for Veronica is rich with dark secrets. It draws deeply on the often mysterious imagery of Catholic mythology and its collision with - and submersion by - modern North American culture. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
Matthew Remski is a yoga therapist and ayurvedic practitioner living in Toronto. He won the 1996 bp nichol chapbook award for organon (Coach House Press). He writes poetry (syrinx and systole, 2011), and non-fiction (threads of yoga, 2012).