The early exploration writing of Philip Sava bent the limits of post-modern fiction, revealing fantastical worlds that fooled many into believing they were real. Sava’s kaleidoscopic collections drew upon true experiences from his exotic travels but were infused with a hallucinatory inventiveness that set his work apart. Though Sava had associates all over the world, he spent his time living in solitude on a ranch in Madagascar. When interrogated by the press he notoriously answered, “Who needs love when you have cognac?”
Wear Memoirs of a Trespasser when traveling, and again when you’re back home to conjure comforting memories.