"An unsettling, funny, freaky reimagining of America, impeccably written, by one of our most consistently interesting transgressors of literary boundaries." --Michael Chabon
"The story has a thrumming momentum, a sense of slangy sass and jive, light-hearted yet soulful." --The Washington Post
"This is the best fiction about what's called the Sixties ever written. If you were there then, this is where you were." --John Crowley
About the Author
Terry Bisson is a Hugo and Nebula award writer. He has published seven novels and his short fiction has appeared in Playboy and Harper's magazine, among others. He previously worked as an auto mechanic and as a magazine and book editor. Bisson lives in Oakland, California.