“Wyer writes with the eye and ear of a poet, her prose spare and resonant, her perceptions original, quiet, strange, and strangely moving…Wyer shows us ways of experiencing the world that run the risk, in our current time, of being forgotten.”

Elizabeth Spires, author of A Memory of the Future
  • Black Krim

    Black Krim

    “Heirloom tomatoes lack the hardiness of grocery store hybrid varieties. They are grown in an archaic, inbred fashion; and yet, for all their isolation, they surprise one with their dramatic shapes, colors, and intense flavors––kind of like the characters in Kate Wyer’s novel Black Krim. As the roots of their stubborn, closed systems slowly entangle,…