Release event: April 14th, 2023 5:30pm at Rose City Book Pub (1329 Northeast Fremont Street, Portland, OR, 97212)
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Does it count as being Homesick if you are the only thing I miss is a collection of personal poems about distance- both literal and metaphorical, and the acceptance of it. It also deals with love, family, friends, and especially the concept of home, and the journey to find all of these things no matter where you are and how far away from them you may feel.
Dan Heise is an author originally from Columbia, Illinois, near St. Louis. He went to school at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, where he studied theater, specializing in acting and playwriting, while also minoring in Latin. This book was written while he was living in Portland, Oregon. This is his first book.
Release Date: 4/14/2023