Yarrow Paisley’s first full-length collection, I, No Other is a cerebral defibrillator you forgot had been implanted until it routinely – and unexpectedly – shocks you back to life. They may hurt at times, dear reader, the jolts of these agitations, but it is a vital hurt.
With a cast of narrators on the brink of discovery in all its forms, I, No Other collects Yarrow Paisley’s most exquisite absurdist interludes. Buy a copy. Read it.
New York, 2180. Manhattan is cut with sewage-filled canals and walled in by levees. The world has been suffering from epidemic despair and apathy, when Dr. Ruth Bryson invents Paragane, a Euphoric drug that cures ennui and depression. Monozone Inc, the monopolistic pharmaceutical who employs her, is thrilled.
There is only one problem: the drug kills 10% of everyone who takes it.
Jon Frankel's work is often mentioned alongside names like Philip K. Dick or Raymond Chandler. But Jon’s fiction is entirely sui generis; weird and sardonic and hopeful and relentless and brazen and dirty. Buy a copy. Read it.
Worland, Wyoming. Five brothers. Coming up on the age where they realize the world might just be a little bigger than the town line suggested. What could possibly go wrong?
Joey Truman is a Writer/Performer/Musician/Visual Artist/Actor in precisely that order. He is from Wyoming. He now lives in Brooklyn, NY. Killing the Math, a memoir of sorts, is his second book.
Introducing Joey Truman's Postal Child
Meet Whitey Whitlock, a kid with limited mental means and a mother newly dead from a drug overdose. What horrors await him? It's a tale for the birds. Coming April 23 to Whiskey Tit.
Joey Truman is a Writer/Performer/Musician/Visual Artist/Actor in precisely that order. He is from Wyoming. He now lives in Brooklyn, NY. Postal Child is the first in the Whitey Whitlock series of novels.
"A fresh insult awaits Des in every port, and much of what goes on is howlingly funny. Strahs, author of the nonfiction Seed Journal, has an ear for sly innuendo and an eye for the ridiculous."
-- Publisher's Journal
Jim Strahs was a playwright and novelist based in New York City. If you didn't know the man, you really missed out. If you didn't know his work, you can change that. Buy Queer and Alone. Read it.
Introducing our first title, Jon Frankel's GAHA BABES OF THE ABYSS.
"Rollicking and harrowing by turns, GAHA: Babes of the Abyss is a top-speed mashup of scifi noir, with a torrid love triangle at its heart. Roaming a futuristic dystopia, the hero, Bob, must outgrow his adolescent pursuit of pussy to understand the true meaning of love--a love which transcends species and spans the universe. It's hard to put down this book, full of Frankel's autodidact ramblings and wild flights of language. It's the perfect holiday gift for your favorite maniac." - Bridget Meads
Jon Frankel's work is often mentioned alongside names like Philip K. Dick or Raymond Chandler. But Jon’s fiction is entirely sui generis; weird and sardonic and hopeful and relentless and brazen and dirty. It's the perfect title for Whisk(e)y Tit's debut. Buy a copy. Read it.
Spring has sprung, even if it doesn’t feel like it in many places,…March 23, 2017 standard
There’s an art to selecting vacation reads, especially when vacationing with children. Short…March 6, 2017 standard
Whiskey Tit is something of an oddball in the world of literature, because…December 4, 2016 standard
Portland, we’re coming for you. On November 15, 2016, we will make our…November 7, 2016 standard
Occasionally we ask our writers what they’ve been reading. Jon Frankel is the…October 26, 2016 standard
Whiskey Tit author Jon Frankel recaps his trip to Missoula and beyond: I…September 30, 2016 standard
Whiskey Tit author Jon Frankel plays a game of exquisite corpse with musician…September 25, 2016 standard
Hi from Montana, where Joey and I, joined by Jon tomorrow, are testing…September 21, 2016 standard
Good news! Joey Truman’s Killing the Math is now out and for sale…June 29, 2016 standard
Whiskey Tit’s latest darling Joey Truman is coming to wake up the sleepy…May 6, 2016 standard