A doomed couple argues over the inevitable. A man weeps when he’s finally given the structure he’s needed. A stilted voicemail over a date that never happened.
With a ballast of wit and reality, William’s second published work takes on the abstraction of love and does away with frivolity- grounding the reader in snapshots of fulfillment, heartbreak, and reverie. He and She sidesteps the conventional tropes and is privy to the crevices where real love hides.