Headless by Benjamin Weissman
(Little House on the Bowery)

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"Headless is fearless, fun, and sometimes filthy . . . an alphabet soup of -delight in language. Eat up."
—Alice Sebold

"Brilliant. Wildly inventive, profane, and hilarious."
—Bret Easton Ellis

The author of the acclaimed cult classic Dear Dead Person ("refreshing, nauseating, hilarious"—Kirkus) returns with this long-awaited collection of brilliantly written and outrageously imaginative short stories.

Benjamin Weissman is the author of Dear Dead Person (High Risk/Serpent’s Tail, 1995). He is a contributing editor to Bomb Magazine and writes regularly for the contemporary art magazines Parkett and Artforum. A painter and a professor at Art Center College of Design and Otis College of the Arts, he now lives in Los Angeles.

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Dennis Cooper is the author of 'The George Miles Cycle,' an interconnected sequence of five novels published in the US by Grove Press and translated into fourteen languages. His most recent novel is God, Jr. (Grove, 2005). He lives in Los Angeles.
Published February 1, 2004 by Akashic Books. 164 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Along with a passion for orifice politics, defecation, and murder, Weissman is a ski fetishist: ''Headless'' opens with a story about Hitler's alpine dreams and downhills to a series of letters published by an imaginary magazine for people best described as snow-mosexuals.

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