- "Jerry (from Accounting) invents its own genre of dystopian corporate noir." - Morgan Parker, author of There Are More Beautiful Things Than Beyonce
- DeLizza "tackles themes of alienation in modern life and the human struggle to connect by employing urban landscapes that contain a fantastical edge. An unremarkable office worker is trapped in a furniture exhibit and is not allowed to leave until his one true love agrees to retrieve him." - Stillhouse Press
- "Jerry (from Accounting) . . . is the weirdly wonderful story of a guy trapped in a Kafka-like museum of office furniture." -- Len Edgerly, host, the Kindle Chronicles podcast.
About the Author
Timothy DeLizza was raised in Brooklyn, New York. He currently lives in Washington, DC, where he works as an energy attorney for the government. His publication history may be found here: www.timothy-delizza.com/list-of-works.