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About the author


Only a writer with such a diverse set of skills, life experiences, and writing instinct could produce the original and radical prose which I am thrilled to represent here. Long-time exhibition fabrication specialist for several New York art institutions, including the Guggenheim and MoMA, Georgia native JD Hollingsworth writes from his Brooklyn home where he's produced his first two books, soon to be published by Casa Forte Press. These novellas – which the author also illustrates – are set in a mythical town in South Central Georgia. A somewhat reclusive artist, it is an honor to me that Hollingsworth has entrusted Casa Forte Press with his work.
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Frankenstein's Paradox
or The Spring Valley Ape
by JD Hollingsworth View publisher's profile page

Overview


In the fictionalized town of Utinahica, a former inmate with a minor brain injury embarks on a wild odyssey through our humanity. His principal tools: science and an innate, earthy and ancient, southern dialectic.
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Description


When Gator leaves jail, a universe reopens and questions arise over the meaning of freedom and fate. Being locked up gives a deeper, sometimes hilarious, sometimes tragic, meaning to all things mundane from turning the light switch to falling in love.
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Overview


In the fictionalized town of Utinahica, a former inmate with a minor brain injury embarks on a wild odyssey through our humanity. His principal tools: science and an innate, earthy and ancient, southern dialectic.

Read more

Description


When Gator leaves jail, a universe reopens and questions arise over the meaning of freedom and fate. Being locked up gives a deeper, sometimes hilarious, sometimes tragic, meaning to all things mundane from turning the light switch to falling in love.

Read more

Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Literary

Language:English

Pages:162

Format:Paperback

Paperback ISBN:9781543997439


Overview


In the fictionalized town of Utinahica, a former inmate with a minor brain injury embarks on a wild odyssey through our humanity. His principal tools: science and an innate, earthy and ancient, southern dialectic.

Read more

Description


When Gator leaves jail, a universe reopens and questions arise over the meaning of freedom and fate. Being locked up gives a deeper, sometimes hilarious, sometimes tragic, meaning to all things mundane from turning the light switch to falling in love.

Read more

About the author


Only a writer with such a diverse set of skills, life experiences, and writing instinct could produce the original and radical prose which I am thrilled to represent here. Long-time exhibition fabrication specialist for several New York art institutions, including the Guggenheim and MoMA, Georgia native JD Hollingsworth writes from his Brooklyn home where he's produced his first two books, soon to be published by Casa Forte Press. These novellas – which the author also illustrates – are set in a mythical town in South Central Georgia. A somewhat reclusive artist, it is an honor to me that Hollingsworth has entrusted Casa Forte Press with his work.

Read more
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