By Larissa Hoff
The narrative core of The Wall is the memory of an unnamed old woman that lives alone in a small house near a lake surrounded by dense woods.
She tells the story in the first-person, remembering a summer long ago that she spent with her then-girlfriend Debbie in a house near the lake.
She remembers the first time she caught a fish when they went fishing together and how happy and proud she was when she held it in her hands.
In the present, Debbie is not around anymore and the happy days are quite over.
During the woman's story, you realize that there is another key element that tells the tale: The Wall.
Published and designed by Larissa Hoff, 2019
Printed in a limited, hand-numbered edition of 35 copies
Softcover, 16 pages, 1-color Risograph (Medium Blue for English edition), 5.25 × 7.5 inches