In the empty halls of a house on the edge of the woods, a dancer faces the aftermath of a career-ending injury and subsequent divorce.
Twenty years earlier, on the land where her house would be built, two boys died violently and mysteriously while recording a music video for their band, leaving one survivor.
Because something sleeps in the woods beyond the house, and when the dancer finds the last musician, it will start to wake . . .
From Rhysling finalist Cassandra Rose Clarke comes a visceral examination of dance, music, and obsession told entirely in verse.
Published by Aquaduct Press.