Loranocarter’ is a novel by Warren Lehrer, and it’s about a boy named Loranocarter who goes to a summer camp to learn the craft of writing and illustrating stories. But it’s also about a group of friends who learn a lot about themselves while they’re there. The story is told in a way that makes it easy to read, and the illustrations are beautiful. This novel will be published by HarperCollins in September.
Originally written by Warren Lehrer while he was in prison, his novel 101 Books is a beautiful and illuminated novel. In it, Lehrer explores the rich dissonance between life and sound. The book depicts stories and characters, and celebrates the desire to connect. It also explores the interplay between thoughts and speech. The characters’ actions and reactions are described in a way that makes you think about them for longer than you would in a typical essay. The language is rich and sophisticated, and the book’s typographic design is a major inspiration.
For his book, Lehrer borrowed powerful devices from drama and music. He also wrote i mean you know, which he designed to be read out loud and silently. In this book, he focuses on the synaptic gaps between thoughts and speech.