Sometime around the year 2002 or 2003 I wrote a novella called THE BAD CZECH. The narrative of that novella is a proper Möbius strip. Then I wrote two more novellas, THE BOMB COLLECTOR and JESUS IN VEGAS. They form a postmodern (I’m not ashamed of the word) trilogy that I’ve collected in one book called
CITY OF AMATEURS, my fourth (or fifth) book: even the *copy-editing* is better than what you’ll find in 93% of the big-budget, mainstream, innocuous, pre-Hollywood-option subway-commute fodder for sale this year! Don’t let the invisible sticker-price fool you! If you like the notion of cynical sharpies and doe-eyed dames locked in a crazy ballet of lust and failure, careening through a Cold War relic of a town… this is the book for you! Yours for the vertiginous price of the irretrievable hours of your Life… !
If you like Geeky, High-Modernist Mind Games, EVEN MORE DIFFICULT TEXTS is the Book for you! Otherwise, you’re warned to STEER CLEAR. DISCLAIMER: This BOOK may damage your NORMATIVE LOGIC SYNAPSES! It starts off easy enough but by the middle of the text…. MADNESS
BUT THIS BOOK IS FREE
“I don’t want to argue with Steven Augustine about reality, because that is a wilderness of mirrors…” -James Wood