by Todd Collins
Hardbound, 90 pages
Dimensions 5.75” x 8.75” x 0.375”
Murder, robbery, revenge, love and telecommunications. Non-finite bodies and endless subjection. Surrender to the narration. For God is a text you can actually read and apprehend as pure pleasure. Bathe in an elusive omniscience and enjoy sentences that shoot out like ribbons of pus, offering the reader mutilation and even more beauty.
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"Todd Collins is a stone-original among wannabes, with a sacred-profane vision fractured like a stained-glass window or vandalized mirror. This is brilliant neo-noir fiction searching for a shadow that’s worthy of it."
—Steve Erickson (author of These Dreams of You and Zeroville, Europa Editions)
"The Spirit of Liberty is coming like a battering ram. The Collective Democratic Party (CDP) wants to eradicate Capitalism. Carry wants to kill America, first a beautiful woman with a tiny wiener, then a tall man who likes smoking weed and taking pictures of himself with his balls hanging out. The narrator, who may be called Garry and whose gender is uncertain, is looking for love in all the wrong places. There are lots of kidnappings, robots who turn themselves off in order to avoid existence, and everyone wants money. But lovers play little touching games and say things to hurt each other. Greek Tragedy meets Looney tunes in a romance novel made For God. A must-read for anyone interested in the new fiction."
—Christine Wertheim (author of mUtter-bAbel, Counterpath Press)
Todd Collins was born in Rhinebeck, New York. He lives in Los Angeles, California.