Trevor Quirk

Trevor Quirk is a writer living in Saratoga, New York. He studied physics as an undergraduate and more recently received a degree in science journalism from Boston University. He is presently working on a novel.


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Sacred Fever

Dybek’s fantastical images can shatter our hubristic “reality” by revealing the world as marvelously alien and eternally mysterious — and by refusing to reconstitute it....

Sacred Fever
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