The temporal travels through Constantinople in 1453, Constantinople in 1923, and Newfoundland and Labrador in 2017, follow a certain recurrence in Orthodox spirituality. The fantastic escape of a priest named Pantagathus, in 1453 Constantinople; the travels of Panagiotis in the evacuation of Constantinople in 1923; and the pursuits of Pete Tsiminis, in 2017—ravel the macrocosm of jest and the senescence of Orthodox heritage together, in a piquant and veritable story. There has not been a story of this type told, with the structural contiguity and with the stark honesty. Otus in Betulceæ does depict a semblance in the disparaged time periods, and the novel does accentuate the unseemliness of time.
Paperback: 240 pages
Publishing date: May 21, 2018
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.6 x 9 inches
Price: $19.20 (paperback)
Anders M. Svenning was born in New York. His work has appeared in many magazines. He has a few books. 50 States Poetry (Pansophic Press), Verdant Grounds, Subtle Boundaries (Adelaide Books) are two books, which have been released, and he has forthcoming pieces, too, We Are Inmate #881129 (Wild Dreams Publishing), The Phrenologist (HellBound Books), Occipital Circus & Other Stories Regarding Phrenology (HellBound Books), Life After Schizophrenia (Scarlet Leaf Publishing).