Locust House: A Novella by Adam Gnade
"Locust House is an angsty, joyful, unfettered scream from 'The best and the darkest, the wildest hearts'" - Cultured Vultures
“There’s something so totally fucking intimate about a well-written book about incendiary events that the words just blow an IMAX experience away as a meaningless Hollywood effect. You’re not just viewing from a distance–you’re fucking in it, in it, in it." - Martin Atkins of Ministry, Pigface, P.I.L.
In his latest work of fiction, Locust House, San Diego-born author Adam Gnade writes about his homeland in the tradition of regionalists like Sherman Alexie and Willa Cather. Gnade’s California is a place of border clash, of a glimpse of stormy sea from a top coastal hills or rollercoasters, of ratty beach apartments and punk shows. A collaborative release by Three One G and Pioneers Press, this is a story that asks, “What does it mean to hold fast to your dreams, ethics, and beliefs while the whole world tries to tame you?”
60 pages, 5.25" x 7.125", Perfect-bound
from Pioneers Press