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Vienna ØØ (The Eroica Trilogy Book 1) by [Garber, Eugene K.]

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Eugene Garber's Vienna ØØ is simply astonishing. He gives us fifteen interlocking tales populated by a repertory company of brilliant artists, demons, lunatics and beautiful losers, all set in hallucinatory Vienna. The originals for this troupe--Mahler, Schiele, Freud, Alma Schindler--are dusty fading photographs beside the vivid fictional personae that Garber has loosed in the pages of this book. Garber vivifies his characters in the most dazzling prose written anywhere. Indeed, language is another demonic force in these fables, saturating 1900 Vienna in strange colors, soaking into the soul like lysergic acid. . . Welcome to Vienna ØØ.
Eugene Mirabelli, Renata the Painter

"What if a person passing through this deeply ambiguous conduit were to lose sight of the border between dream and reality?" " . . . only we know how infinitely more exciting it is to live there than along the humdrum margin between life and death." These quotes from Eugene Garber's lush exploration of Vienna at the turn of the century might be referring to his own giddily postmodern writing. Vienna ØØ, which I loved, is funny and dark, mythic and modern. And sexy.
Lynda Schor, Sexual Harassment Rules

In stories that travel from the cultural center of Europe to the primitive heart of the Amazon, Garber inhabits a charged historical moment to probe--and play with--deep intellectual and aesthetic dualities: art and science, genius and madness, passion and polite society. Vienna ØØ is a delicious mobius strip of a book that examines the contradictions of the human mind and spirit. A feast.
Ron MacLean, Headlong

In an era of endless spats over whether contemporary literature should be "experimental" or somehow more "humane," Gene Garber quietly persists in producing work that is both-- a rich display of language as a solid, corporal, but also lyrical thing, a chronicle of the imagined lives of characters, some of them our own gods of the previous century, who gloriously bleed and smell and sing and die. The stories in Vienna ØØ are anything but quiet. Flush with painting and music, Wagner and Vienna, egos and art and sex, they take their readers on a wild ride through that city and that time, through the whole dream/nightmare of an overarching Gesamtkunstwerk that fuels their characters' lives. History and art, Garber always reminds us, are not interesting hobbies. They have everything to do with life and death.
Joyce Hinnefeld, Stranger Here Below

Lynn Hassan's art is an excavation of the imagery of the subconscious mind. Detailed drawings and photomontages are fundamental to her artistic practice and are the framework for her richly textured and many-layered subterranean journeys in painting, sculpture, and installation. By employing fanciful and sometimes unsettling juxtapositions of archetypes, ordinary objects, and sentient beings culled from a variety of cultural sources, Hassan performs a kind of visual alchemy that prompts us to revisit and reconsider their meanings from our contemporary perspectives.
Cynthia Farnell, artist and art critic

Lynn Hassan's tonal drawings and mixed media sculptures reveal a vision that is organic, provocative, and shamanistic. Her work embodies multiple realms contemporaneously. Hassan combines the ancient past with the present, shadowy darks with the light, and life with sex, with death. Her work unites the bowels of the earth with the wings of heaven. Even though her images dance toe to toe with extremes, they also explore the in-between-ness and the ambiguities of becoming. They reveal the vulnerability of the unknowing. It is at once frightening and refreshing to identify the various elements of the self in Hassan's archetypal characters. Suddenly the universal stories become personal. We are all undeniably and indefinitely interconnected. 
Kris Lanzer, visual artist

About the Author

Eugene K. Garber has published six books of fiction and is the creator, with eight other artists, of EROICA, a hypermedia fiction (hypereroica.com/). His fiction has won the Associated Writing Programs Short Fiction Award and the William Goyen Prize for Fiction sponsored by TriQuarterly. His awards include fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the New York State Council of the Arts. His short fiction has been anthologized in The Norton Anthology of Contemporary Fiction (1988), Revelation and Other Fiction from the Sewanee Review, The Paris Review Anthology, and Best American Short Stories.

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  • File Size: 9661 KB
  • Print Length: 265 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1732103860
  • Publisher: Transformations Press (August 7, 2018)
  • Publication Date: August 7, 2018
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B07G98LHML
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,631,452 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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