P-Mag doesn’t have “bookish” in its description for nothing. Would you like to get your mitts on a signed, limited edition collection of fiction paired with photography?
Infinite Disposable is a collection of flash fiction by me, paired with surreal black and white film photography from Tyson Habein (the mister). Its otherworldly stories shift through loss, loneliness, and the passage of time. Each cover is handmade and signed by both of us.
Of the 125 copies produced, less than 50 remain, and this will be the one and only print run. Think of it as a cross between a book and an art print.
“Flash fiction,” if you are unfamiliar with the term, refers to very short stories. In this case, each story is less than 200 words.
To win one copy of the book, leave a comment saying what you’re good at doing quickly. Or if you are not particularly speedy, saying, “I am but a slow-moving mammal” is also acceptable. Winners will be chosen at random.