Are You Free Tuesday?

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Remember to mark your calendars folks — next Tuesday is the shindig.

Here is a peek at just a few of the above average prizes that await you!


The Official Chinese Gucci Thank You Party

19th February 2019
5pm

Slate Street Cafe
Wine Loft
515 Slate Ave NW

Light Appetizers + Beer and Wine
Prize Pinata

The Official Chinese Gucci Thank You Party

You all helped make my first novel a truly rewarding experience for me, so -- if you’ll be anywhere near Albuquerque on February 19th, 2019 -- feel free to drop in to celebrate the release of Chinese Gucci.

Slate Street Cafe
Wine Loft
19 February 2019
5PM


Light Appetizers + Beer & Wine

 

COLLAGE COVER #2

Another Chinese Gucci Collage From Start To Finish…

Here’s another time-lapsed look at a Chinese Gucci collage as it was made. The pre-sale of the special editions goes wide on 30 September 2018, just a week or so away.

Here’s a couple of scorching-hot new blurbs:

Somewhere between a Harmony Korine film and a Tao Lin novel, Chinese Gucci is a book about desire and greed and being too spoiled to figure out your dreams. It’s a book about being alive in the 21st century and maybe what all our futures will look like—buying and selling and gaming and drinking and drugging. Nights in Mexico. Days on the computer. Forgetting the difference between what’s real and fake. The edges on this novel are sharp enough to cut the reader’s throat. Filled with text messages and prose as clean as the best dirty realists, Chinese Gucci is a novel filled with characters no one wants, characters who do despicable things, characters who most of us are, and we all need to read it.
— Dave Newman, author of The Poem Factory and Two Small Birds
Chinese Gucci, in the embodiment of Akira Nakimura, is a fantastically written desolate portrait of today’s rootless youth navigating this inverted totalitarian, tech-junkied, consumerist piece of steaming shit called America that has smugly sat its fat, racist, rotting lilly white ass on stolen land for over two hundred and forty years.
— John Grochalski, author of The Librarian and Wine Clerk


Hey-oh!

You can also add the book to your shelves at GOODREADS.

Much more to come between now and the end of November. Thanks for hanging in there with me.