J.A. has decided to sign all of the chapbooks before they are sent out, so if you ordered one already, please hang on a few extra days, they are on their way to J.A. to sign and then they will be sent to you. Thanks for your patience.
Also, here's the good word on EITIEDOWDOITOD from STEVEN GILLIS:
“J.A. Tyler has a wizard's eye. In Everyone In This Is Either Dying Or Will Die Or Is Thinking of Death, Tyler spins tales so close to the bone we can feel the pulse of his magic. His stories are gothic, are spiritual and haunting. Most of all they are human and cut to the core.”
Steven Gillis, author of Temporary People
ADDITIONAL INFO, INCLUDING HOW TO ORDER, IS HERE:
Also, HOWIE GOOD's chapbook, TOMORROWLAND is being reviewed at NEON. Here's an excerpt:
"There are many extremely striking pieces among the twenty-five. "Six Predictions About The Future" is one particulalry cool and unflinching example. So as not to dampen the impact, I will not reproduce it here, but suffice to say it is stunning. It displays the precision and honesty characteristic of the works in Tomorrowland, and of Good's work in general. A handful of these short pieces alone would be worth the price of the chapbook."
FULL REVIEW HERE:
TOMORROWLAND is also being reviewed by MARC SHUSTER at the SMALL PRESS REVIEW. Here's an excerpt:
"Throughout the chapbook, Good envisions a chaotic world of lost jackets, pyromaniacs, insomniacs, secret police, and search dogs, but this isn't just a post-modern exercise in "weird for the sake of weird" (apologies to Moe Syzlak). Good seems to be grasping at something throughout this collection, feeling around in the maddening crush of texts, images, myths, legends, and other mysteries that make up our world to get at some larger truth about the human condition. One of his biggest concerns, it would seem, is the issue of identity."
Read the entire review here:
CHAPBOOK INFO HERE: