Fiction. LGBT Studies. LIMITERS is a disturbing portrait of Kyle Mason, a sixteen-year-old in aimless flight from a dysfunctional family. Once an honors student who loved to read, Kyle has run away from home and now seeks pleasure in the underground rave culture—his only way of avoiding the trauma of the murder of his older brother, which has thrown his grieving mother into a shrewish, overly critical frame of mind. Shocking but also full of humor, LIMITERS is a wild ride into American fringe cultures that never loses sight of the family dynamics and parental emotions almost all of us must face.
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Christopher Stoddard is the Brooklyn-based author of WHITE, CHRISTIAN (Spuyten Duyvil, 2010), chosen by the American Library Association for their 2012 list of commendable literature. His writing has also been published by Lambda Literary and Go Deeper Press. LIMITERS (Itna Press, 2014) is his second novel.Author City: NEW YORK, NY USA