$5 | Published May 2017.
4.5" x 7.25", 16pp. ISBN: 978-0-988764-01-6.
This Time by Pip Dryden is both the campus and regional winner of Okanagan College's seventh annual Three-Hour Short Story Contest. Dryden's story is an ethereal exploration of the complex and figurative meaning of time. Her writing is an evocation to wrestle against formalized, linear conventions of time, to explore how acts of generosity and compassion can seemingly halt and transcend the mundane, the everyday, towards that which is ineffable.
Type set in Monotype Bembo & Sans Serif Light and printed digitally on Mohawk Superfine, then sewn and bound into a letterpress printed wrapper of Fabriano Tiziano.
Pip Mamo Dryden is a second year student at Okanagan College studying everything that interests her.
She is a writer and visual artist and creature experiencing the world. Born and raised in Peachland, she now lives in Kelowna with her partner & seven houseplants.