Fiction. Art. Arthur Strewth Middlebrook suffers a brain event that leaves him with shotgun-mike hearing in one ear, and leaves a blood spill that looks, appropriately, like a sinking ship. Find out how this malady, both curse and blessing, changes his life and those around him. See this former art instructor, critic, now museum guard and budding geologist, use his pan-audicon hearing to suck the sound waves out of Chicago.
About the Author
James R. Hugunin teaches Critical Theory and the History of Photography at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. In 1983 He won the Reva and David Logan Award for Distinguished New Writing in the field of Photography sponsored by the Photographic Resource Center in Boston. He is the author of A Survey of the Representation of Prisoners in the United States.