Perplexing and mystifying, frenetic and endlessly engaging, The Orange Eats Creeps is a rare sort of book, the kind that’s hard to compare. Many see the influence of Burroughs, which is fair, I think, because she takes that cut-up technique and pushes it as far as it can go, to awesome effect. It has that same kind of wild…
edward j rathke
lives here and there, finds his name in print occasionally, but mostly stares at the walls and waits for stories to fall out. His debut novel, Ash Cinema
, was published by KUBOA Press.