The Complete Works of Marvin K. Mooney, Christopher Higgs

The Complete Works of Marvin K. Mooney

Christopher Higgs

Publisher: Sator Press
PubDate: 10/5/2010
ISBN: 9780615339993
Binding: PAPERBACK
Price: $13.99
Quantity Available: 17
Pages: 352
 

Fiction. Who is Marvin K. Mooney? He has disappeared. Is he alive? Are his philosophical ramblings, puzzling poetry & heartbreaking confessions real? Let Marvin (or is it Christopher?) lead you on a hallucinatory and heartfelt search for identity.

"THE COMPLETE WORKS OF MARVIN K. MOONEY seems to me unprecedented via form, making new ways of both telling a story and relaying information, but also doing so in a way that is, as David Foster Wallace so expressly begged for: fun."—Blake Butler in Bookslut

"The sheer greatness of Higgs' novel calls the capacity of the word greatness into question."—Dennis Cooper

Author City: TALLAHASSEE, FL USA

Christopher Higgs was born in Kansas, grew up in Wyoming, went to film school in Las Vegas, worked in the film industry in Los Angeles, volunteered for the Peace Corps in West Africa, got his MA in English at the University of Nebraska, got his MFA in creative writing at The Ohio State University, and is currently working on his PhD in literature and critical theory at Florida State University. He curates the online arts journal Bright Stupid Confetti and contributes to the literary website HTMLGIANT.

Reviews and Other Links
author site
Blake Butler @ Bookslut
Dennis Cooper's Books I Read Recently and Loved
Josh Cook @ The Huffington Post
Adam Robinson @ Vouched Books
J. A. Tyler @ Tarpaulin Sky Reviews
Mike Young @ HTMLGIANT
Ned Vizzini @ The L Magazine
Tyler Moore @ Gently Read Literature
Blair Dee Hodges @ Life on Gold Plates
Colin Herd @ 3:AM Magazine
interview by Andrew Worthington @Thought Catalog™
Robert Kloss @ Necessary Fiction


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