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On November 13, 2009, Andrew Lindberg, a young pilot, departed from the Twin Cities to meet his father for a hunting trip in northern Minnesota. He never arrived; a few days later, Lindberg’s plane was located deep within the wilderness of the White Earth Indian Reservation.
In Ghost Guessed Tom Griggs and Paul Kwiatkowski examine how absences caused by death make memories, no matter how abstract, more salient and complex. A combination of intimate prose and photographs brings into focus our human connections as filtered through technology and visual media. From Lindberg’s accident to the mystery of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, Ghost Guessed
— Christian Patterson, Redheaded Peckerwood and Bottom of the Lake
– Alec Soth, Songbook and Sleeping by the Mississippi
— Peter Bebergal, author of Strange Frequencies
Somehow both pointed and elliptical, mysterious and poignant, Ghost Guessed is a book of paradoxes and fragments, an attempt to chart the blurry border between the known and the unknowable. But I’m sure of this much: Kwiatkowski and Griggs have produced a highly original, arresting, and lasting work of art.—Justin Taylor, author of Flings
—Andrea Modica, Treadwell and January 1
A truly remarkable accomplishment is that the book is a collaboration between two photographers, developing a personal narrative that corresponds, in different ways and times, to both their lives.
— Mariela Sancari, Moisés and Mr. & Dr.
—Jack Riccobono, director of "The Seventh Fire"
— Scot Sothern, author of Curb Service