$5 | Published May 2015.
4.75" x 6.125", 12pp. ISBN: 978-0-9867655-7-5.
In Lost Control, the winner of Okanagan College’s fifth annual Three-Hour Short Story Contest, author Jesse Frechette captures a reckless narrator’s struggle to come to terms with the loss of his father. Frechette artfully develops the action in cadence with the narrator’s grief, which rises to the surface as he drives his father’s old Camaro faster and faster down the highway.
Type set in Scala Pro and printed digitally on Mohawk Superfine, then sewn and bound into a letterpress printed wrapper of Fabriano Tiziano.
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Jesse Frechette was born in Edmonton Alberta, and has lived in the Okanagan for four years in Peachland and most recently Summerland, where he lives with his mother and two sisters.
He is currently studying at Okanagan College in hopes of transferring to film school where he can learn the skills to become a filmmaker.