As Above, So Below is a 103 page fictional story about a tragic mountain climbing accident. Set in Argentine Patagonia, much of the drama actually takes place within the mind of the protagonist, who is forced to face his inner demons along the way to the summit, toeing the inevitable line between not just life and death, but the temptation of the void itself.
The story was illustrated by the immensely talented Craig Muderlak, and edited and revised at the The Banff Centre’s prestigious Mountain and Wilderness Writing Workshop. The book has been described as "Jack London's To Build a Fire for climbing", and reminiscent of James Salter's Solo Faces.
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