11.17.2014

Wakulla Springs

Wakulla Springs was one of the best handful of stories I read last year, so I was happy for Duncan and Klages when I saw that the story won a World Fantasy Award. This multi-layered yarn is woven through with magic and love--with a genuine sense of place and a truly beating heart. It's an impressive story in its narrative scope, attention to esoteric film history, and focus on the power of the past to leave a mark on the present. 

If you're looking to get lost for an hour, I'd start here...

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