Glass Moon Over Images of Sand

 

Glass Moon Over Images of Sand presents a collage of brief narratives woven to stir the imagination. In these pieces, the author creates absurd realism—the coexistence of the absurd within what people call human reality.

 

This book speaks to its readers with real fiction of edited memories. This collection of short narratives exposes readers to contemplate yesterday as a dream. Romay describes it as something like what some writers experience within that encounter with absence when they internalize themselves into a sheet of blank paper in the present progressive digital world. Unquestionably, that “yesterday” that once was “today” is suspended in that labyrinth of memory.

 

After all, this narrative subscribes to the premise that “Reality only exists in language.” The reason is that the reality of this work manifests itself if readers continue to read it—offering more than one reading.