by E. Doyle-Gillespie
(available in print format)
Aerial Act is E. Doyle-Gillespie’s fourth book. This time around, he invites us to take a sampling of the human condition to see how we ride its ebb and flow. He invites us to see how life consumes itself to live again like the ouroboros. The body endures trauma and is reborn to find a new voice. Spirits abandon the flesh to write their own mythology. Sex intertwines itself with the taint of death. In “Aerial Act”, we are privy to the balancing act of existence.
Edward Doyle-Gillespie is a detective in the Baltimore City Police Department. He holds a degree in History from George Washington University, and an MLA from Johns Hopkins University. He is the author of three books — Masala Tea and Oranges, On the Later Addition of Sancho Panza , and Socorro Prophesy.