New blurb and,

“Part Jungian allegory, part surreal dreamscape, part Odyssean tramp, Ben Spivey’s Flowing in the Gossamer Fold is a romp through distorted time in a landscape carved by sudden oceans built from perpetual rain, where a cityscape has sidewalks littered with disappearing sages, and an edenic forest is graffitied with the father’s word. The sentences of Malcolm Blackburn’s midlife crisis are charged with the energy of a young man—the young man who penned this fucked up vision of pain and forgiveness, of what is ultimately the lesson of life: it’s beautiful, and it sucks.”

-Jamie Iredell, author of Prose. Poems. a Novel., and The Book of Freaks


Iredell's The Book of Freaks is forthcoming from Future Tense Books sometime this year, look for it.

Really excited about the upcoming Mud Luscious releases of Ben Brooks Island of Fifty and Sasha Fletcher's When All Our Days Are Numbered coming out next month.

Blue Square Press will be reading manuscripts in August. Take that anyway you want.

I've decided that in addition to signing all of the pre-orders for Flowing in the Gossamer Fold that I'll include a torn out page or two from the journals I wrote in while working on the novel.

Matt DeBenedictis, J. Bradley and I will be reading in Atlanta mid-July, more about that as the plan develops.

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