An anarchist murder mystery
Someone is trying to kill Rask Harp who is dying of AIDS
a review of
Long Day, Counting Tomorrow by Jim Feast. Autonomedia, 2017
“Outside across a swath of bay was the Statue of Liberty its torch, like a match head in night’s gutter.”
—from Long Day, Counting Tomorrow
Set in the late 1990s, Jim Feast’s Long Day, Counting Tomorrow is a sequel to an earlier novel, phobe, written by him and Ron Kohn. Both are mysteries involving the same group of anarchist writers. Long Day’s main character is Rask Harp, an ex-drug addict, son, brother, poet, friend, occasional prostitute, a young man who is dying from AIDS.
Jan 22, 2019