Synopsis: The third book in the 15 Views series, these loosely linked Orlando stories follow Olivia and Sabrina, two teenage sisters brand new to the “golf course community” of Lake Nona. Olivia is tired of living in the shadow of her older sister's rebellion. Since the move, their only communication has been through notes and poems written in each other's journals. But when Sabrina runs away from home, and Olivia’s only friend mysteriously disappears, a sequence of strange events follow both sisters, as well as a peripheral cast of characters that includes the distraught mother of the missing girl, the groundskeeper of the Kerouac House, a homeless bridge troll, and William S. Burroughs.
About the 15 Views Series
Burrow Press’ 15 Views of Orlando Series, a literary collaboration in which one author sets the story in motion, and the fourteen authors that follow must (1) set their stories in a new location within the city, and (2) link their story to one of the previous by something as concrete as a character, or as abstract as a metaphor.
About the Editor
Nathan Holic is the author of the novels American Fraternity Man and The Things I Don’t See. He is the Graphic Narrative editor for the Florida Review, and the editor of Burrow Press’ 15 Views Series.
Nadia Lindsey, Karen Best<br>, Jenny Torrez Sanchez, Jacqueline Rubio, Danette Haworth, Tod Caviness, Laurie Uttich, Terry Ann Thaxton, Frank Messina, Jesse Ross, Alejandro Mujica, Matt Peters, James Fleming, Jonathan Kosik, Rachel Kapitan, and Lauren Gibaldi.