VERY LIKE A WHALE
by Kaitlyn A. Kramer (2019)
There is personality in accepting the pull of the oceanic feeling and the interconnectedness of one’s being to the external world, all the while noting that the experience can be tiresome. In spite of our throes, the contact keeps us awake and living. This is where desire begins. The majority of Earth’s surface is comprised of a vast, amorphous body of water, but Kaitlyn A. Kramer’s personal relationship to the ocean remains contained—in a place kept close to heart. Meandering through a series of observations on film, literature, and art relating to the deep abyss, Kramer is a lifeline as she navigates life’s anxieties and questions, revealing that most of her answers still find her lost at sea.
Published by des pair books Paperback / 63 pgs