The Thorn and The Blossom By Theodora Goss | Dialect Magazine

New post up on Dialect, where I talk about a gorgeously constructed book and admit to just a tiny fraction of how much reading I do on the train.

I do 90% of my reading on an ereader, which is convenient for commute reading, easily brings me the sequel to the novel I’ve just finished, and fits neatly into my purse. So I was struck by the physical form of Theadora Goss’ new book, The Thorn and the Blossom,  an accordion folded, double-sided story, in a heavy cardboard case for a package deceptively like a hardcover book. The book can be opened from either side, creating a physical book with two front covers, and a story with two beginnings and no end.

via The Thorn and The Blossom By Theodora Goss | Dialect Magazine.

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