Douglas Kellner on The Kyoto Man

Douglas Kellner, Professor of Philosophy at UCLA, has written a wonderful blurb for The Kyoto Man:

"D. Harlan Wilson's scikungfi trilogy explodes pulp science fiction into new galaxies of frenzied prose that paints the imploding future as a funhouse of fragments of pop culture and avant-garde literature. The Kyoto Man goes a dimension or so further, mixing fractured narratives of SF with Hollywood pop into a postmodern scene that out-Burroughses Burroughs and makes Kerouac's trips seem square."

Kellner is the author of several books that have had a profound impact on my thinking as a critic and fiction writer, among them The Postmodern Turn and Media Spectacle. His latest book is Cinema Wars: Hollywood Film & Politics in the Bush/Cheney Era.