“This latest collection by Evenson will bend your mind in unanticipated directions and into the dark and shadowy areas you were warned about.”
Human perception twisted to the breaking point.
The unconscious is capable of powerful self-deception, accounting for our own compulsions, even if we’re unaware of it ourselves.
Why we’re excited about this book:
Brian Evenson is one of the most imaginative writers working in horror, weird, and dark fiction today. Author of Father of Lies, Windeye, A Collapse of Horses, Immobility, The Warren, and Last Days, Evenson’s fiction is hard to categorize or pin down, but easy to fall into. This latest collection by Evenson will bend your mind in unanticipated directions and into the dark and shadowy areas you were warned about. Paul Tremblay (The Cabin at the End of the World) says: “Brian Evenson’s bold and unique short fictions—equal parts surrealism, ontology, and dread—consistently lead the reader to truly shocking discoveries that are as disturbing as they are oddly beautiful. Song for the Unraveling of the World is a map of our paranoia-and anxiety-riddled, existentially challenged, pre-apocalyptic times.” Forthcoming from Coffee House Press, Song for the Unraveling of the World by Brian Evenson is available for pre-order now and releases 11 June 2019.
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