I’d never feel invisible. But I would guide the mission from under a table.
– Anthony Hels
Out of Stinkin’ Nowhere
Surprised? That’s to be expected. Nuanced, neurodivergent writing is hard to come by, arriving, when it does, seemingly out of stinkin’ nowhere. The material itself is another story. Whether readers navigate the perilous ethical landscape of Facebook (“How to Tell Between Right And Wrong”), one’s first time on a ski slope (“Stop That Yawning”), death and the afterlife (“A Sad Story,”) or, simply, a crack in which you find a kid (“What Do You Want for Christmas?”), this collection tells a vivid tale of location. One Cow Tipping author says it best: even within the realm of Nowhere, “I love how all the places we went to aren’t blocked.”