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The Collected Works of Scott McClanahan Vol. 1 by Scott McClanahan

8 Jan

Scott-McClanahan-Collected Works“Scott McClanahan is a powerful, exceptional writer, and the overall effect of reading his deceptively simple stories is like getting hit in the head by a champion cage fighter cranked up on meth that was cooked in a trailer without running water in some Kentucky backwoods where people sing murder ballads to their children to put them to sleep.” – DONALD RAY POLLOCK, author of The Devil All the Time

“He might be one of the great southern storytellers of our time.” – VOL. 1 BROOKLYN

“When I discovered the stories of Scott McClanahan last year, I was instantly enthralled with his natural storytelling voice and freaky funny tales. There’s no pretense to Scott’s work. It’s like you’re just dropped right into the middle of these fantastic and true stories. It’s like a sweet blend of my favorite southern writers, Larry Brown and Harry Crews. Reading McClanahan is like listening to a good friend telling you his best real-life stories on your back porch on a humid night. And you both got a nice whiskey buzz going.” – KEVIN SAMPSELL, author of A Common Pornography

“McClanahan’s prose is unfettered and kinetic and his stories seem like a hyper-modern iteration of local color fiction. His delivery is guileless and his morality ambivalent and you get the sense, while reading him, that he is sitting next to you on a barstool, eating peanuts and drinking a beer, and intermittently getting up to pick a song on the jukebox.” – THE RUMPUS

“Reads like Bukowski with more surprises.” – IMPOSE MAGAZINE

Additional Reviews and Coverage

Nailed Magazine
Largehearted Boy
Vouched Books
HTML Giant
The Fanzine
LitReactor
The Esoterrorist: Best of 2012

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New Lazy Fascist books now available on Kindle!

6 Dec

Just in time for the holidays, we’ve released Kindle editions of many of our newest and most popular titles.

The Laughter of Strangers by Michael J Seidlinger

Motherfucking Sharks by Brian Allen Carr

Basal Ganglia by Matthew Revert

The Collected Works of Scott McClanahan Vol. I by Scott McClanahan

The Collected Works of Noah Cicero Vol. I by Noah Cicero

Zombie Sharks with Metal Teeth by Stephen Graham Jones

The Humble Assessment by Kris Saknussemm

Gil the Nihilist: A Sitcom by Sean Kilpatrick

Colony Collapse by J. A. Tyler

The Devil in Kansas by David Ohle

Also now available for the Kindle: 2 Eraserhead Press anthologies edited by Lazy Fascist editor Cameron Pierce and featuring stories by many Lazy Fascist authors – In Heaven, Everything Is Fine: Fiction Inspired by David Lynch and The Best Bizarro Fiction of the Decade.

Now Available: The Collected Works of Scott McClanahan Vol. 1

25 Jul

“Scott McClanahan is a powerful, exceptional writer, and the overall effect of reading his deceptively simple stories is like getting hit in the head by a champion cage fighter cranked up on meth that was cooked in a trailer without running water in some Kentucky backwoods where people sing murder ballads to their children to put them to sleep.” –DONALD RAY POLLOCK, author of The Devil All the Time

“He might be one of the great southern storytellers of our time.” –VOL. 1 BROOKLYN

“When I discovered the stories of Scott McClanahan last year, I was instantly enthralled with his natural storytelling voice and freaky funny tales. There’s no pretense to Scott’s work. It’s like you’re just dropped right into the middle of these fantastic and true stories. It’s like a sweet blend of my favorite southern writers, Larry Brown and Harry Crews. Reading McClanahan is like listening to a good friend telling you his best real-life stories on your back porch on a humid night. And you both got a nice whiskey buzz going.” –KEVIN SAMPSELL, author of A Common Pornography

“McClanahan’s prose is unfettered and kinetic and his stories seem like a hyper-modern iteration of local color fiction. His delivery is guileless and his morality ambivalent and you get the sense, while reading him, that he is sitting next to you on a barstool, eating peanuts and drinking a beer, and intermittently getting up to pick a song on the jukebox.” –THE RUMPUS

“Reads like Bukowski with more surprises.” –IMPOSE MAGAZINE

CLICK HERE TO ORDER ‘THE COLLECTED WORKS OF SCOTT MCCLANAHAN VOL. 1’

New Books by Scott McClanahan and Sam Pink!

13 Jun

Lazy Fascist is proud to present these newly revised editions of the first books by Scott McClanahan and Sam Pink. The Collected Works of Scott McClanahan Vol. I contains all of the stories from McClanahan’s first two collections, along with a new foreword by Blake Butler and an afterword by Sam Pink.

I Am Going to Clone Myself Then Kill the Clone and Eat It is the first poetry collection by the greatest novel-master of the midwest, Sam Pink. It’s newly revised and remixed, with a shiny new cover.

The Holy Bible of Bad Feelings returns!

Longtime bipolar idiot Sam Pink brings you right back to the beginning with this remastered edition of his first underground hit. Find out why it would be great to get accidentally killed by a bus. Find out how to perform hardcore sex and never have any fun. Find out why it would be better if your mom was a Ugandan hooker. And find out how to fill your mouth with confetti before blowing your own head off.

Because a dead horse isn’t ever fully beaten. Because when you get to Hell there will be a seat saved for you. Because you can’t afford too many hellos. Because every time you come home, you stand in the door way and think, “It’s time for a monster to eat me now.” And then a monster eats you!

Be brave enough to read this book. Be brave enough to clone yourself then kill the clone and eat it.