“Quite possibly the coolest thing to come out of Canada.” — Time
Out This strange blending of prose and poetry is a collection of enigmatic love letters to an elusive object of affection that first appeared in the classified ads of two Toronto newspapers. Stirring curious interest and provoking strong responses, these romantic notes capture one side of a fascinatingly eccentric love affair. Exquisitely rendered paintings combine with lushly written missives to offer a tantalizing peek into the intimate intricacies of a deeply felt love from a lauded musician whose lyrics have been praised as exotic, daring, vulnerable, brilliant, and weird.
• A finalist for the Pearson Canada Reader’s Choice Award
• Winner of Best New Solo Artist and Best Video at 2002 Juno Awards
Hawksley Workman is a critically acclaimed pop rock musician who splits his time between Toronto and Paris. Beverley Hawksley is a multimedia artist. She lives in Muskoka, Ontario.
Published: September 2002
Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5 in.