“Though the novel is more farcical than satirical, Nutt channels some of literature’s greatest satirists, from the rhetorical elusiveness of Nikolai Gogol’s Dead Souls to Thomas Pynchon’s zany subplots to George Saunders’ big-hearted generosity.” Connor Goodwin reviews.
Philippa Snow unpacks the appeal of the trope of toxic, mutually-intoxicated female friendships as found in four recent horror flicks: Perry’s Queen of Earth, Decker’s Butter on the Latch, Takal’s Always Shine, and Finley’s Thoroughbreds.
David Nutt speaks with Gene Kwak about Nutt’s head-turning debut novel, The Great American Suction, and its inspiration, revision, influence, and much more.
Erika T. Wurth’s latest novel is a heartbreaking blend of romance and violence, composed in urgent, tender prose. Katharine Coldiron reviews.
“Sometimes I choke myself or slap my face or grab my waist or punch myself or prick myself just because I’m so bored and I’m ready to wake up and enter the Matrix.” Hana Pera Aoake comes thru w/ a trigger-laden, genre-bending persona shriek.