I reviewed Fun Camp by Gabe Durham at HTMLGiant. Thanks as always to Editor Janice Lee.
“Summer camp as microcosm for society. Fun Camp by Gabe Durham acts as a strange microscope for the cabin of our lives… It got me thinking about the summer camps of my life. It had me thinking about age, about girls I wish I’d gotten to know, teachers whose names I’d forgotten, nasty buffets, ridiculous plays, confessional tears followed by hardened silence, and days that were innocently savage. Gabe Durham has performed a magic trick called Resurrection. Only it’s an inverted reflection that leaves an aftertaste of nostalgia and melancholy, the inevitable passage of days indicating camp will be over before we know it:”