Felicia Atkinson's Twenties Are Gone is sentimental journey written in the mist of the Finnish August of 2012. It guides us as a reconstructed and DIY carte du Tendre. Re-imagined through the primordial forests – from the Californian redwoods to northern Finland. A statement led by the experience of making sculptures and having drinks under a porch, drawing and making sandwiches, being in love and singing songs, watching TV shows and staring at sunsets. At once in the now and metaphysical. The twenties are gone and thirties are opening their wild gates. This is the first poetry book wrote by the visual and sound artist and it is published by Shelter Press (St Martin).
54 pages, 14 x 19 cm, soft cover, Shelter Press (St Martin).