Here or There
by: Chris O'Brien
Living in the Midwest, we’re bound to go through a heavy winter every single year. But it’s all worth it on the first nice day of spring, or those long summer nights in July, or a morning bike ride when the leaves are changing colors in late September, early October. Totally worth it… until we’re back in January. Then we look at old vacation photos and think, “Get me out of here. I want to be over there.”
Here or There takes the idea of seasons and applies it to life. Inside is a variety of interlinked stories and cartoons, including, “I’ll Always Cheer for Wile E. Coyote,” “How Does the Midwest Sell us on Winter?” and “Big Decisions are Overrated.” This book is a comedy with a side dish of philosophy. It’s about embracing the experience as we travel from Here to There.