From the Dust Bowl to The Magic Kingdom, a defunct steel plant to a drowsy race book in an Atlantic City casino, EXPOSURE traces the ultimately human effort to reconcile our pasts with our hopes for the future. A single mom shames her teen for being un-sexy when she smokes. A grieving photographer blurs time with long exposures and darkroom fumes, inhaled hard. An abused young man searches the woods for abandoned children raised by wolves. A recovering addict takes his grown daughters on a redemptive Disney vacation. Collecting layered long stories and lyrical flash fictions, EXPOSURE intelligently expands and concentrates in this poignant and formally surprising look at longing, love, family strife and bonds. Psychologically evocative, sharply observed, and wryly funny, EXPOSURE marks the debut of a gifted and sensitive writer.