Justin Isis Interview On Manga Cafes, Convenience Stores, and the Taste of Human Flesh

Justin Isis. He’s like Jonathan Franzen if Jonathan Franzen was better looking and could write. Like Paul Leppin meets Kawabata in an empty brothel with cold tile floors.

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His just-published book, I Wonder What Human Flesh Tastes Like, is plastic romance at its best—something sure to cause anger and distress and be gripped by lonely housewives at 2 a.m. while their husbands are in the backyard digging holes. This is neo-decadence for the unincarcerated—the book that will keep you up at night until your lips grow numb mouthing the words. So, cover your cheeks with glitter, paint a big pink heart on your depilated chest and read the following interview, because the price of food has just gone up again.

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Brendan Connell’s newest books are Metrophilias (Better Non Sequitur, 2010), and Unpleasant Tales (Eibonvale Press, 201Brendan 0). He has forthcoming books from Chômu Press and PS Publishing.

Robert Freeman Wexler Interview | The Painting and the City

Robert Freeman Wexler’s latest novel is The Painting And The City, out from PS Publishing, and it was recently named one of the top 10 science fiction novels of 2009 by Booklist. He has also published a novella, In Springdale Town, (PS Publishing 2003 and reprinted in Best Short Novels 2004, SFBC, and in Modern Greats of Science Fiction, iBooks), a novel, Circus Of The Grand Design (Prime Books 2004), and a chapbook of short fiction, Psychological Methods To Sell Should Be Destroyed (Spilt Milk Press/Electric Velocipede 2008). The following interview was conducted by Brendan Connell via Skype and e-mail during the month of June, 2010.

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Brendan Connell’s newest books are Metrophilias (Better Non Sequitur, 2010), and Unpleasant Tales (Eibonvale Press, 201Brendan 0). He has forthcoming books from Chômu Press and PS Publishing.