The Irrelevance of space – Ashis Gupta, Swapna Gupta

hardcover – $19.95 / eBook – $9.95


Collecton of six stories of restless feet and wandering spirits.
The Irrelevance of Space, The Katowice Eviction, Remembrance, Fal-e-Hafez, Guantanamo, and The Cyberdeath Files – stories of surprises, memories, and loss that range in settings from Scandinavia to Canada, Eastern Europe, Iran, Cuba and the USA. A thread of coincidences.

ISBN 978-1-988440-03-3
Hardcover; 114 pp.

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