We are pleased to have author Mark Saba visit the bookstore to read and sign copies of his book Ghost Tracks: Stories of Pittsburgh Past.
“The stories in Ghost Tracks are indeed haunted, but not by poltergeists or any other supernatural monsters. Instead, these beautifully-rendered works of short fiction are haunted by memory and missed opportunities. Mark Saba excavates a city of Pittsburgh where the factories are still producing steel and the men still have to speak in shards of blunt metallic language, where shades of meaning hover like ghosts between the words.” ~ Craig Fishbane, On the Proper Role of Desire
About the Author
Mark Saba grew up in Pittsburgh. He is the author of The Landscapes of Pater (fiction) and two collections of poetry, Painting a Disappearing Canvas and Calling the Names, as well as several other fiction ebooks available from Smashwords. His fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction have appeared in literary magazines and anthologies around the U.S. and abroad. He is a graduate of Wesleyan University and Hollins University. Also a visual artist, he has created oil paintings and poetry videos, and is a graphic designer and medical illustrator at Yale University.
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