Floating Notes



“A crisply written and piquant novella about the nature of identity and the absurdity of logic” Publishers Weekly

"An Authentic reflection on guilt, regret, and fear" Necessary Fiction

"Lakghomi has made a shifting and devastating work of art with entirely its own voice about isolation and notebooks and the momentum of how little redundancies and thoughts take over" 3:AM Magazine

"An uncanny journey of paranoia" Vol. 1 Brooklyn

"Floating Notes is a lonely and provocative book. Lakghomi gives us a riddle unraveled but never solved. His people cling to artifacts they cannot decipher in a landscape stripped of beauty, lawless and volatile, a place of symbols that will not cohere." Noy Holland, author of I Was Trying to Describe What It Feels Like

“Wholly original, raw, scary, almost too close to life, almost too honest. A dangerous voice, a real artist. And yet, full of compassion for the lonely, heartbreaking project of trying to be a decent human being in a world of accelerating alienation.“ Clancy Martin, author of How to Sell and Bad Sex