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Seeking sanctuary from his memories, a man carries a balloon, but its orange glow marks him as different from others: wounded. Water has fallen “from the heavens and covered him till it was in his eyes and mouth and ears.” All but drowning in the consequences of a moment of inattention, he blindly walks and prays, afraid of what he may find if he allows himself to look.
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Megan Graustein has provided glyphs, cover elements, and other embellishments for numerous Folded Word titles, including 101 Kinds of Irony (by Kevin Griffith, 2012) and Mosquito Rain (by Dan Szczesny, 2016). She is currently studying art and graphic design at Gordon College in Massachusetts.