Deliver Me

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Price
$28.00  $26.04
Publisher
Unnamed Press
Publish Date
Pages
280
Dimensions
5.5 X 8.5 X 1.2 inches | 0.95 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781951213718

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About the Author

Elle Nash is the author of the novel Animals Eat Each Other (Dzanc Books), which was featured in O Magazine and hailed by Publishers Weekly as a "complex, impressive exploration of obsession and desire." Upon publication of her novel in the UK, she appeared at the Edinburgh International Book Festival to present the work of under-represented voices with Amnesty International, and to speak about sex, death and feminism in literature. Her work appears in Guernica, Adroit, The Creative Independent, Hazlitt, Literary Hub, Cosmopolitan, New York Tyrant and elsewhere. She is a founding editor of Witch Craft Magazine and currently lives in Glasgow, Scotland.

Reviews
"Audacious, disturbing, and utterly unique, Elle Nash's Deliver Me is body horror at its most shocking and unforgettable." --Eric LaRocca, author of Things Have Gotten Worse Since We Last Spoke
"Elle Nash dances a knife's edge in Deliver Me, a world where a person's hands can save or steal, conceal or reveal, lure you in or lie, and sometimes all of these at once. Her characters act so appalling, yet still I prayed for their salvation. She's that good at guiding you all the way into them." --Sarah Gerard, author of True Love
"No one can swirl sex and strange quite like Elle Nash, and Deliver Me rubs creation against devastation on a wild ride of self discovery away from a Christian-shaped cult. It's a religious and troubling experience-- a work of art from an artist to watch." --Brian Alan Carr, author of Opioid, Indiana
"Elle Nash is one of the best writers alive. This book is utterly fearless, utterly devastating, and an uncompromising masterpiece. Reading Deliver Me made me feel like I was possessed." --Juliet Escoria, author of Juliet the Maniac and I Am the Snake
"Deliver Me is a gift to readers who love a seriously unhinged woman. With the creation of Dee-Dee, Elle Nash spelunks in the depths of human depravity and leaves readers (even me!) gasping. A wild, disturbing, super-smart novel, Deliver Me is unforgettable." --Chelsea G. Summers, Bestselling author of A Certain Hunger
"As sickeningly meticulous as a post-mortem performed by the most skilled mortician, Deliver Me is a dangerous, delicate marvel." --Meryse Meijer, author of The Seventh Mansion
"A visceral, painful, obsessive, and yet still somehow humane portrait of a woman caught between her religious past and her chicken-slaughtering ex-con-loving present, whose delusions are on a collision course with reality. Deliver Me muddles the line between the intimate and the deranged in a way that keeps us off-balance to the very end." --Brian Evenson, author of A Collapse of Horses
"Deliver Me is an immaculately conceived novel. Nash has brought to life a narrator whose quest to be a mother is frightening and absolutely brutal." --William Walsh
"Haunting and at times relentlessly cruel, this novel will keep readers guessing." --KIRKUS REVIEWS
"...an explosive ending that will stun readers... Readers drawn to gritty character studies should take a look." --PUBLISHERS WEEKLY
"In the end, this novel should go a long way to silencing those critics, like Knausgaard, who claim that thrill rides have no merit... Strange but beguiling this one is." --Zachary Houle, Medium
"[Daisy] is, quite simply, one of the most well-realized, and most important characters I've come across in years." --Dave Fitzgerald for The Heavy Feather Review
"With her trademark psychological complexity and unflinching centering of the human body in all its grotesqueness, Deliver Me is Elle Nash at the height of her powers. Riveting from beginning to end." --Wendy Jean Fox, Electric Literature