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Ellen Thea’s new book follows her to the ‘Apocalypse’

by Lorien Nettleton ~ January 30th, 2013

One of Talkeetna’s own has achieved a lifelong dream, and published a new book. Ellen Thea’s first-ever published book is called “On My Way to the Apocalypse,” and she’ll be reading from it at a book release party at the Talkeetna library on Friday night.

The book is a prose poem with pictures, and follows a fanciful story of transcendental accidents, each turn of the page reveals a new twist to the poem, an adventure of apocalyptic scale.

Ellen says the book is a reflection of her own attempts to stay upbeat despite the undeniable face that the universe tends towards entropy.

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Thea is a Talkeetna resident and KTNA volunteer, and she’s loved words and writing for her whole life.

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Ellen will be reading from her book on Friday evening at the Library. She recorded a selection for us to play on KTNA an excerpt, if you will, about the journey through the apocalypse and out the other side.

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You can hear more of Ellen Thea’s book “On My Way to the Apocalypse” at the release party and reading on Friday night at the Library, starting at 6.

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