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Published on Nov 8, 2011
"Thinking of a world without birds would almost be like stripping out a color from the spectrum," says award-winning novelist, short story writer, and editor of Conjunctions, Bradford Morrow.
Fall of the Birds is Morrow's new novella about a man who tracks an inexplicable plague of bird deaths—a moving story of a haunting near future and a tribute to the power of love, which can survive even the most harrowing of circumstances.
No stranger to macabre and unsettling subjects, Morrow couldn't pull himself away from this idea. "In birds' fate lies human fate," he says.