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The Sodomites is a nuanced, morally complex literary thriller offering a window into the struggle against Israeli apartheid and the environmental problems of the region. It raises difficult questions about the tactics needed to effect change anywhere.
Drawing on a range of aesthetic sources, from Miguel de Cervantes and Friedrich Nietzsche to Albert Camus, Ingmar Bergman, and Cormac McCarthy, Misfit the Wanderer is a tragicomedy that explores fantasty, addiction, helplessness, and friendship in confrontation with an immutable power.
Trumped Up Election documents the dystopian world of compromised US politics, the devaluation of civility, and the destruction of cultural norms during the 2016 presidential election. Bearing witness to the rise of misogyny, racism, corruption, and homophobia, this collection of poetry explores the progressive dismantling of democratic process, abandonment of ethical behavior, and a country in accelerating free-fall toward fascism.
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In the spirit of Claudia Rankine and Eula Biss, The Year Is Sunday is a surreal meditation on a matriarch’s dementia and the vicissitudes of language, memory, identity, and family. Told through the black-rimmed eyes of an aging goth against the backdrop of an incessant television and broken health care system, The Year Is Sunday explores a family’s attempt to maintain normalcy in opposition to death.
The American Book of the Dead is an epic poem, a manifesto full of guts and gusto for all long-lost souls on the road, a pamphlet of promise for the poverty-stricken and those put out for no particular reason, a postmodern sociological study, written in satire in the year of 2018, on a country who’s lost its individuality and identity, in five acts of stream-of-consciousness. The Hungry Chimera has called it “brutal and mesmerizing,” while Edify Fiction proclaims that it “assaults and assuages the senses.”
In the tradition of Russell Banks and Mary Gaitskill, In Some Sense Innocent is a poignant and blackly funny story about isolation, despair, and redemption. It attempts to understand the intersection of sex and technology, one of the main pathologies of our age.