Flicker in the Porthole Glass, a novel – Installment VI

My novel Flicker in the Porthole Glass was published by MAMMOTH Books in 2002. The Review of Contemporary Fiction observed that, "...the achievement here is Desautels’s prose, an aural event both jagged and elegant, assaultive and inviting, that moves with the clipped, dangerous, urgent kinesis of hard bop jazz." Seven years down the road, I'm…

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Hush, by Dave Kress, Forthcoming from MAMMOTH Books in April 2010

Having had an advanced peek, I'm very excited about the forthcoming novel from Dave Kress. Kress's earlier works include Counting Zero, a novel in retrograde, and Martians, a creature. Both Counting Zero and Martians were also published by MAMMOTH Books. Hush promises to spark lively discussions living, as it does, at the dangerous four-way intersection…

Flicker in the Porthole Glass, a novel – Installment V

My novel Flicker in the Porthole Glass was published by MAMMOTH Books in 2002. The Review of Contemporary Fiction observed that, "...the achievement here is Desautels’s prose, an aural event both jagged and elegant, assaultive and inviting, that moves with the clipped, dangerous, urgent kinesis of hard bop jazz." Seven years down the road, I'm…

Flicker in the Porthole Glass, a novel – Installment IV

My novel Flicker in the Porthole Glass was published by MAMMOTH Books in 2002. The Review of Contemporary Fiction observed that, "...the achievement here is Desautels’s prose, an aural event both jagged and elegant, assaultive and inviting, that moves with the clipped, dangerous, urgent kinesis of hard bop jazz." Seven years down the road, I'm…