They call him The Walrus. . .
TV weatherman Wilson "The Walrus" Wigham notices some odd correlations between natural disasters and sociopolitical turmoil and finds himself swept up in a comical whirlwind of events that carries him from his little Wisconsin town to the great old country of India and all the way back again.
A riff on the concept that the external environment is a direct reflection of our internal environment and that we create our experiences based on our emotions and deepest beliefs about the world itself, Weather Report is an absurd, surreal tale about love, loss, death, and a few other (mostly ridiculous) things.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Zubin J. Shroff was born in 1975. He was educated at Lawrence University in Wisconsin and Columbia University in New York City, and is currently re-educating himself in Minnesota.