"The Biographizer Trilogy . . . is like a series of magic tricks that the magician painstakingly explains, but which nevertheless still dazzle the audience and retain an element of mystery. Meanwhile, as Wilson is explaining his tricks, he’s also stealing your wallet. He’s pulling moves we’re not even aware of until the aftermath."
Today is the official publication date of Douglass: The Lost Autobiography, which wraps up my trilogy of autohagiographies. Here is an excerpt. For more information on the trilogy, please see the press kit. If you are interested in writing a review, contact me or Raw Dog Screaming Press for desk copies.
This month there is a Goodreads giveaway for an auto(hagio)graphed copy of Douglass: The Lost Autobiography, the third and final installment in my trilogy of autohagiographies after Freud: The Penultimate Biography and Hitler: The Terminal Biography. Free to enter, free to win.