Category Archives: Book Reviews

Book Review: The Rotgut County Blues

This book review is long overdue. It’s been about a month since I’ve read “The Rotgut County Blues” by Jason Wayne Allen, but I still know it’s the best thing I’ve read by this author yet. I’m not sure why I like Rotgut. It could its transgressive nature or it could be the fact that…

Book Review: Collapsible Horizon

It’s hard to review experimental fiction because, on the one hand, isn’t all fiction experimental? On the other hand, it’s often hard to judge whether an artist is successful or not because you’re not quite sure you understand what they’re trying to do. “Experimental” can often be a way for the artist to remain indefinable…

Book Review: Freddy Has A New God

In seven incredible and surreal chapters, and 44 pages, Jonathan Moon tells a riveting story of a man who shoots himself in the face and lives. Freddy Has A New God is a story of miracles. The story is weird. The characters are real. The situation is absurd. That’s my kind of story. And so…