Manifesto for the Dead by Domenic Stansberry

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Manifesto for the Dead

'“A dark and brooding novel . . . Stansberry’s prose is an eerie echo of a dead man’s style. And his insights into a writer’s anxiety about losing his identity to his characters would make Thompson’s own skin crawl.” —The New York Times   “Fascinating, beautifully written . . . . Thompson is alive on the page, and the questions that Stansberry poses about the nature of noir seem part of Thompson’s own disintegrating persona . . . an enviable achievement.” —San Francisco Chronicle   “Stansberry buries a sense of cosmic foreboding in nearly every line. Through a poetics of menace that at times takes on a positively hallucinatory beauty, Stansberry exposes the Manichaean heart of noir.” —LA Weekly'
'“A dark and brooding novel . . . Stansberry’s prose is an eerie echo of a dead man’s style. And his insights into a writer’s anxiety about losing his identity to his characters would make Thompson’s own skin crawl.” —The New York Times   “Fascinating, beautifully written . . . . Thompson is alive on the page, and the questions that Stansberry poses about the nature of noir seem part of Thompson’s own disintegrating persona . . . an enviable achievement.” —San Francisco Chronicle   “Stansberry buries a sense of cosmic foreboding in nearly every line. Through a poetics of menace that at times takes on a positively hallucinatory beauty, Stansberry exposes the Manichaean heart of noir.” —LA Weekly'
Publisher: The Permanent Press ISBN: 9781504011990 Pages: 182