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About the Author
BRIAN CATLING is a poet, sculptor, painter, and performance artist. The author of the Vorrh Trilogy, he makes installations and paints portraits of imagined cyclops in egg tempera. Catling has had solo shows at the Serpentine Gallery, London; the Arnolfini in Bristol, England; the Ludwig Museum in Aachen, Germany; Hordaland Kunstsenter in Bergen, Norway; Project Gallery in Leipzig, Germany; and the Museum of Modern Art in Oxford, England.
"Peckinpah riders on a Breugel trail, things walled-up or things in reliquaries, and language as close to the splintering bone as it can get. In Hollow, yet again, B. Catlin retools the fantastic for beyond-fantastic times. Unmissable."
--Alan Moore, author of Jerusalem

"[Hollow] achieves an ungainly beauty and a crooked wisdom . . . Each chapter offers the stunned reader a new marvel. But Hollow also offers reflections on the relationship between art and life, and, perhaps more pressingly, between death and art. It's a tribute to long-dead geniuses that will also thrill readers entirely ignorant of European painting . . . Hollow is the strangest, most original, and most satisfying fantasy I've read in ages."
--Matthew Keely, Tor

"A sheer, shuddering delight . . . The whole novel is not just fun, but very clever fun . . . Catling is a rare kind of writer."
--Stuart Kelly, The Scotsman

"Fascinating . . . With lush, erudite prose and a large cast of darkly eccentric humans and monsters, this spellbinding slipstream novel from Catling feels like stepping into one of Hieronymus Bosch's playfully macabre paintings."
--Publishers Weekly