Entropic Review of Primordial

There's a superb review of Primordial: An Abstraction in Entropy Magazine. Here are a few passages:

"Primordial is a fiercely modern novel, an absurd, ultra-violent romp that exposes and lays waste to the Ivory Tower in an orgy of violence and absurdity, written with surgical precision. It’s terse and as dense as lead. It is deceptively simple, and an ugly delight. . . . The economy of Wilson’s prose is impressive. Like his protagonist, it is lean and muscular, and every word here is used for maximum effect. . . . Smoldering at the crossroads of Franz Kafka, William Burroughs, Anthony Burgess and Henry Rollins, Primordial is Wilson’s academic id running wild."

Read the full review here.

They Live & Fiction International

Yesterday I received ARCs of my cultography on They Live. The official publication date is February 2015. I also received contributor copies of the latest issue of Fiction International, which includes my Pushcart Prize-nominated story "Cumbria." I'm very excited about these publications. Thanks to everybody who made them happen.

New Film Books

Save 30% on new film books from Columbia University Press—including my cultography on John Carpenter's cult classic They Live.
The official publication of the book isn't until February 2015, but it is currently available for preorder from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and directly from the publisher.

San Francisco Book Review

My latest novel, Primordial: An Abstraction, has received a 4-star review in San Francisco Book Review. Here's the verdict:

"And so it is that the reader is lead through the kaleidoscope of harm – pornography, random violence, death, tune in, drop out, swallow this before this swallows you. Does it all read as randomly connected mind droppings? Oh hell yeah. Is it that? Oh hell no. I have a protective interest in revealing the totality of an author's work, so I shall not delve further into Wilson's personal hallucinogens wrought on paper, other than to say we've been there, and we'd prefer to think we hadn't done that. Read this book. It's not your father's Oldgrishamobile."

Read the full review here.

November Goodreads Giveaway

The November Goodreads giveaway for a free signed copy of my latest book, Primordial: An Abstraction, is now active. Enter to win here.