Anvil Press, 1992
About the Book
“It’s difficult to hold on to the present when your mind is peeling away like the layers of an onion.” A man suffering from aminesis — the death of memory — tells the story of his mind-melting descent into mental illness.
The winner of the 15th Annual 3-Day Novel Contest is an impressionistic, finely-wrought tale of lost memory, tangled history, despair and discovery.
About the Author
Hayden Trenholm is science fiction writer and a playwright. His second novel, Defining Diana, was published by Bundoran Press in 2009. It was nominated for a Prix Aurora science fiction award. He was born in Nova Scotia, lived in Alberta at the time of winning the 3-Day Novel Contest, and now lives in Ottawa.
“An unsettling meditation on the passage of time and the nature of identity.”
—Books in Canada.