is one of the juiciest, slimiest, sleaziest things I've come across.
Dripping black noir set in a world you can practically smell thanks to
Gabino's excellent descriptive passages and wonderfully whacked
imagination. One of the best New Bizarro Author Series books I've read."
- Steve Lowe
, author of Samurai Vs. Robo-Dick
and Mio Padre, Il Tumore
"Gabino Iglesias's passion for the bizarro genre is loud and clear in his debut novella Gutmouth.
thoroughly enjoyed myself while spending time in the strange world
Gabino has created. Now if you'll excuse me, it's time for my Algolagnix
injection, and if you need me, I'll be at the Ampu-titties Club."
- Shane Mckenzie
, author of All You Can Eat
and Muerte Con Carne
"Gutmouth is partway between Ugly
Americans and that old Pixy comic book. In the best possible way. Consistently,
persistently inventive, lots of peek-through-the-fingers scenes, and it's got a
very nice structure to it." - Stephen Graham Jones, author of The Last Final Girl and Growing Up Dead in Texas
"If you like your bizarro awesome, gritty, twisted, a little stomach
turning and you want to be severely entertained, then this is a book for
- Rants Raves Views and Reviews
's world is one of gruff brutality, genital mutilation centers,
amputee prostitutes, and kleptomaniac roaches, all struggling to make it
day-to-day in a city shattered by corporate invasion and decadence
taken to Bizarro extremes. Brutal and bleak as a Burroughs routine, but
just as shockingly strange and perversely funny, Gutmouth
has plenty to
offer readers with a taste for the extreme. Iglesias is an author to
- Ross E. Lockhart
, author of Chick Bassist