Showing posts from January, 2012

David Pinner - Poetic and hallucinatory sequences: protagonist is slowly subjected to a spectacle of psychological trickery, sexual seduction, ancient religious practices and nightmarish sacrificial rituals

Ben Katchor - Part surrealistic travelogue and part satirical treatise on the very notion of culture, it is a book about imaginary places with enough heart to make its very real social commentary easily digestible

Alfred Kubin fits loosely within an Expressionist/Decadent/proto-Surrealist tradition. The Demiurge is a hybrid: It’s almost as if the novel channels Apocalypse Now by way of Hieronymus Bosch

Andrew Zornoza - A prose-photo book: a cryptic collection of random thoughts, experiences, and photographs of the author's fictional journey through the Western US and Mexico