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Bad Jacket Jeff Stewart
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Dead Birds Hot Jeff Stewart
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March of Time and Skin author Jeff Stewart takes you on a long-awaited journey down a dystopian vortex of short stories in Dead Birds Hot. Featured stories include "Wreckedge," where on a book tour in Philadelphia, a writer encounters an impaired reader with a bizarre obsession. On site with a framer's assistant in "Get Big," a young man's only highlights are fractured weekend memories of his shared slum rental. "January" embeds us into the mirrored collage of an oppressed bartender, while "Glory" goes deep into San Francisco's Chinatown as a young deviant gets more from his sex addiction than he ever imagined. "Retribution" takes a sideways stroll through Manhattan with Sonny, a man at ...
Flotsam for Jetsam Jeff Stewart
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Jeff Stewart's stranglehold vision of a rhythmically turbulent poetic pursuit comes to gas-fire fruition in his latest novel, Flotsam For Jetsam. A locomotive of a book written with an unsettling vein of urgency, surreal sensitivity to emotional detail, and seductively dark humor. Lean, fierce narrative and phantom prose shadow the hunger haunting every page. Stewart's dynamic craft of dialogue pulls the pulse of all his players to surface: He shoves you in and makes you become one of them. Intertwining the endearing and disturbing elements of human nature into an efficient dysfunction. To draw the swell of a tear and to bring out hysterical laughter, all on the same page, is pure brilli ...
March of Time and Skin Jeff Stewart
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ISBN: 9780615235356
In this visually stunning, aggressive novel, Dead Birds Hot author, Jeff Stewart, takes you down a road with no destination through the cities, the towns, the faces, and the blood of years. In this hauntingly brutal cross-country Hell-ride, Stewart negotiates a stark, honest, and often formidable landscape, but not without humor and the abstract victories in a life of constant motion. Grotesque and beautiful, savage and tender and relentless in its grip, March of Time and Skin reads as a lucid letter fueled by loss: a blunt and unprotected look into the Sun and back to the road serving as notice that we are all so agonizingly alive. Stewart delivers in a beautifully coarse and direct ...