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The Devil's Jukebox Paperback – May 19, 2014
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From the Author
While touching upon the Urban Fantasy genre, The Devil's Jukebox finds its own songs to sing. This is not a tale of seductive vampires, shirtless werewolves, or sexy demon hunters. There's love, lust, and blood, but that's not where the story lies. Marcel Feldmar seems to somehow combine a more subtle dark and poetic romanticism--similar to Anne Rice's Interview With The Vampire or The Vampire Lestat--with a well mixed batch of musical references that would make Nick Hornsby want to hit his favorite record store, and a twist of pop cultural phrase and vision that makes me think of Douglas Coupland, if he wrote ghost stories, or Richard Kadrey, if he wrote, well, happier, lighter ghost stories. The story crashes like the dark wave of the late 80's and the now wave of new inspirations. The Devil's Jukebox is a work of paranormal pop fiction that leads you, on a trail of cocktails and cigarette smoke, across highways and through cities, on a quest to save the once mighty Muses from fading away into obscurity.
About the Author
Marcel Feldmar grew up in Canada, and then left.
He spent some time in an institution called The Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics, but ended up living in Los Angeles, where his words get caught in traffic. He has had more bands than girlfriends, but is now married and not playing music, even though he has been mistaken for Ric Ocasek on more than one occasion.
Marcel's writings, poetic and otherwise, range from musings on comic books to interviews with touring bands to bursts of poetry and fiction.
Currently writing music reviews for The Big Takeover, his freelance articles have also appeared in a variety of 'zines and magazines across the country.
Marcel's poetry has appeared in the anthology "A Generation Defining Itself", as well as in "Memory Bites" published by a gleeful press! and a chapbook published by Headveins Graphics. His chapbook "The Typewriter Keeps Me Awake At Night" is available on Amazon and Createspace.
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Fans of Grimm, X-Files, Buffy, Angel, 3am road trips, Alien Sex Fiend, New Orleans, the crossroads, voodoo, sex, drugs, rock n roll and those friendships you forged in high school that you've never quite forgotten... this book is for you!