- Bomb Baby by Tom Bradley
- American Dream by Jim Chaffee
- Sao Paulo Blues by James Chaffee
- The Vicious Circulation of Dr Catastrope by Kane X. Faucher
- Professor Montgomery Cristo by Kane Faucher
- ZOMG! by Kane Faucher
- Field Reporting by Vernon Frazer
- The Unwelcome Guest plus Nin and Nan by Eckhard Gerdes
- Three Psychedelic Novellas by Eckhard Gerdes
- Adventures on the High Seas by GX Jupitter-Larsen
- Eat the Word by Robert Lort
- Voices by Kyle Muntz
- VII by Kyle Muntz
- In Great Company by Michael J. Seidlinger
- My Pet Serial Killer by Michael J. Seidlinger
- Azimute by Various Authors
- 2009 Backlist Blowout!
THE VICIOUS CIRCULATION OF DR CATASTROPE by KANE X. FAUCHER
Faucher is a maverick denizen of CanLit's dark underbelly, and this cannon-blast of a book is testament to the fluidity of his pen.
A bitter doctor unfairly accused and sent to prison, an old and ornery Frenchman in Louisiana who just wants people to leave him and his lawn alone, a paranoid ex-crooner trying to mount a comeback in the age of human jukeboxes, a disgruntled academic whose career is being sabotaged, and a Rabelaisian narrator who has united them all in a tavern tale. Delight in the satirical volleys of vitriol and angry, streaming fury from the mouthiest, most opinionated, and disillusioned old men in a book that surreptitiously draws the essence of polemic in the history of literature and expresses the most outlandish statements with a double donkey punch of humour and shock. This is certainly not a book for the delicate.
In this novel, Kane X Faucher seeks to denounce, through language, everything that anyone, anywhere, has ever held dear. Utilizing a shifting array of narrators (separate pieces of a scatological“anti-self”), he treats bitterness as parallax, exploring the relation of perspective to society—banal, oppressive, destructive, but ultimately inescapable… a magnificent work of art, hilarious and virtuosic.
— Kyle Muntz, author of Voices.
The shadow of Celine’s genius dominates the book; Celine combined with George Carlin.
— Prakash Kona, author of Nunc Stans.
Kane X. Faucher’s schizographic Dr. Catastrophe is a bizzaro-charged scrabblific shrap-spray of apocalyptic logos and Célinian infospection that leaves you raw and gasping as if you’ve just been donkey-punched from Timbuktu to Duluth.
— Mark Spitzer, author of the transgressive novel CHODE!
Faucher is without a doubt the greatest literary parodist in existence. His Celine, in particular, is uncanny to the point of making me superstitious at times.
— Tom Bradley author of Bomb Baby
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