Gabino Iglesias has written a great review of Peckinpah: An Ultraviolent Romance for Spinetingler Magazine. Here's an excerpt.
"Peckinpah: An Ultraviolent Romance is a novel about senseless aggression and payback as much as it is an exploration/homage/extension of Sam Peckinpah’s work, a ekphratic wonder of language and sadism where film and literature come together to create a unique reading experience. Wilson writes weird stuff, but it’s also some of the brightest, most genre-bending weirdness you’ll ever read ... Surreal, ultraviolent, gruesome, unique, and so full of references that getting all of them would be a challenge for anyone, Peckinpah ... is a must-read for anyone who likes their fiction smart, fast, and dangerous."
Read the entire review here.
My story "Zapruder" appears in Fiction International's new Realtime/Virtual issue. Here's the lowdown:
Fiction International is a journal of arts and letters published at San Diego State University that emphasizes formal innovation and social activism. Each issue is devoted to a particular theme. “Virtual” is not just interfacing with “real” time but devouring it—at least in “developed” nations. Half the world, including much of Africa, Asia, Latin America, and the elderly everywhere still inhabit real time, but these millions scarcely count. The electronic revolution/devolution seems unstoppable. Who is really profiting from it? Featured textual and visual artists include Tyrone Nagai, Charles Lowe, Norman Conquest, Samantha Memi, J.S. Kierland, Shane Roeschlein, Thomas Fuchs, Adam Klein, Larry Fondation, Ryan Francis Kelly, Guy R. Beining, Tara Stillions Whitehead, Thaddeus Rutkowski, Robert Hamburger, Michael Hemmingson, John Edward Lawson, Paul Forristal, Michelle Herold, Andy O’Clancy, Natalie Quave, Chad Stroup, Randall Lahrman, Ryan Forsythe, Jo Ellen Aragon, Carla Wilson, Francois Bereaud, Michael Filas, Gary Lain, Harold Jaffe, and me.
Issue #45 is now available at Amazon.