Basement of Wolves

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Product Details

Price
$15.95  $14.67
Publisher
Arsenal Pulp Press
Publish Date
Pages
192
Dimensions
5.4 X 7.9 X 0.5 inches | 0.0 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781551524467
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About the Author

Daniel Allen Cox is the author of the novels Shuck (2008), shortlisted for a Lambda Literary Award and a ReLit Award, and Krakow Melt (2010), shortlisted for a Lambda Literary Award and the Ferro-Grumley Award for LGBT Fiction. Daniel has spoken and performed widely at literary festivals and universities.

Reviews


"An intriguing fantasia of Hollywood noir." --Sarah Schulman

"A slick, sexy tale about hunger, fame and the lives we live below the surface. Daniel Allen Cox dives deep into the private realms of celebrities and casualties to reveal our appetite for connection." --Brian Francis, author of "Fruit" and "Natural Order"


"Cox has a punchy, darkly humorous style that embraces the profane, but is still probing and exciting." --"Publishers Weekly"

"An intriguing fantasia of Hollywood noir." --Sarah Schulman

"A slick, sexy tale about hunger, fame and the lives we live below the surface. Daniel Allen Cox dives deep into the private realms of celebrities and casualties to reveal our appetite for connection." --Brian Francis, author of "Fruit" and "Natural Order"

"Cox's book is a fever dream of vivid colors and cool, shapely prose." --"EDGE Media"

"Daniel Allen Cox's third novel ushers him into the literary realm of writers, not unlike Dennis Cooper, who tread fearlessly along the fringes of normalcy to deliver hardscrabble stories and their equally scabby characters, all unafraid of getting their hands dirty ... Cox takes L.A. fiction to new heights (and lows) in this intriguing slice of dark, enticingly gritty fringe fiction." --"Bay Area Reporter "


"Cox has a punchy, darkly humorous style that embraces the profane, but is still probing and exciting." --Publishers Weekly

"An intriguing fantasia of Hollywood noir." --Sarah Schulman

"A slick, sexy tale about hunger, fame and the lives we live below the surface. Daniel Allen Cox dives deep into the private realms of celebrities and casualties to reveal our appetite for connection." --Brian Francis, author of Fruit and Natural Order

"Cox's book is a fever dream of vivid colors and cool, shapely prose." --EDGE Media

"Daniel Allen Cox's third novel ushers him into the literary realm of writers, not unlike Dennis Cooper, who tread fearlessly along the fringes of normalcy to deliver hardscrabble stories and their equally scabby characters, all unafraid of getting their hands dirty ... Cox takes L.A. fiction to new heights (and lows) in this intriguing slice of dark, enticingly gritty fringe fiction." --Bay Area Reporter
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