About the Book:
Each story in Steven Ostrowski’s enthralling collection A Pile of Crosses provides us with a vivid, electrifying glimpse at the life we might have led, and the friends and lovers we lost and found along the way. These are the best kinds of stories: honest and invigorating. –Lewis Robinson, author of Officer Friendly and Other Stories and Water Dogs, a novel
With beautiful, aching language and imagery that stretches across medium and time, Steven Ostrowski’s A Pile of Crosses equally employs prose and poetry, snippet and college to capture a singular story: those defining moments between coming-of-age and being too old to care. These deeply East Coast, nostalgic studies of fractured families and the friends slipping under the weight of time are a testament to what it means to be human, and what it means to hope. –Joe Clifford, author of Junkie Love and Lamentation
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