$5 | Published May 2019.
4.25" x 7", 16pp.
In An Interrupted Morning, the death of the family hamster reveals a fundamental disagreement on the value of truth. As the parents struggle over what to tell their four-year-old daughter, the Quixotic narrator finds himself at odds with all around him. His commitment to truth above all else is by turns comic and sinister, and results in a story that will stay with the reader for a long time.
The text is set in Bembo and printed digitally on Mohawk Superfine paper. The cover was set in Monotype (Kabel) Sans Serif Light and letterpress printed into Canson paper.
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Daniel Bergg is originally from Edmonton, Alberta but grew up in Kelowna.
Before studying at Okanagan College he spent a year at the University of Toronto which was followed by a year of work and travel in Europe. He is currently studying English and Anthropology and aspires to live in a van in the near future. This is his first published piece of writing.