Crow's Nest

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A dark yet humorous tale of existential despair. A lost swimmer climbs aboard a black boat and becomes a source of entertainment for seasoned crew members grown pathologically bored with the infinite.

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About Irene Watts

One could write a linear piece in which a person wakes, has breakfast and starts a day the likes of which is entirely founded in reality. Sure, the plot that unfolds in this story could evoke some little hint to the mystery of being… I prefer surrealistic metaphor, and I like it funny.

Absurdist, collagist, animator, wanderer. Works have been published and displayed in various small venues virtual and not. productions
Brooklyn Historical Museum
Oregon Literary Review
Profane Scrod
White Sun Press
GoldFeder and Kahan Group
BlackBird Wine and Gallery


Crow's Nest presents a small animation as book trailer to the short story Crow's Nest... a nautical adventure.

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Review by: White Sun Press on Jan. 30, 2011 :
Irene Watts' writing always seems to transport me into a mythical world, with odd and neurotic creatures somehow endearing in their vulnerabilities and inherent humanity. Fragments of a whole, her Appetite and Sentiment in the Crow's Nest seem to make up the primary characters of a single being lurching through the vast ocean of a wider consciousness, occasionally boarded by a blind and malicious being like Montag, or watched carefully by the more compassionate birds. I find her work charming...and the visual accompaniment only lends to the poetry.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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