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    Scott Phillips is the author of three previous novels—The Ice Harvest, The Walkway, and Cottonwood, as well as The Adjustment, forthcoming from Counterpoint Press in 2011 and Nocturne le Vendredi, from les Éditions la Branche in 2011. John Cusack and Billy Bob Thornton starred in the 2005 feature film of The Ice Harvest, which was adapted by Richard Russo and Robert Benton and directed by Harold Ramis. Phillips lives in St. Louis, Missouri.

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    This smoking, jazzy LA noir puts the hit in hit records. More

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    Visceral, fascinating tales of the human body gone very wrong. More

     

    Vivid, hallucinatory stories of fishermen and the sea. More

     

    Wild noir by a modern master, widely available for the first time. More

     

    Surreally beautiful tale of Jim Crow as a performer and beyond. More

     

    Fantastically strange stories from the master of twisted comedy. More

     

    Possibly the most disturbing novel ever written. Can you handle it? More

     

    Surreal pop culture stew served up by a top young playwright. More

     

    Coming of age in the Sixties in a quirky, alternative prep school. More

     

    Twelve stories from a clear-eyed chronicler of small-town darkness. More

     

    Sixties radicals confront life after politics and revolution.  More

     

    Hilarious dystopian novel explores the disastrous near future. More

     

    Kafka-esque novel set in a hallucinatory jungle rife with deception. More

     

    When a cop kills a innocent black man, his father searches for revenge. More

     

    A ship runs aground in Alaska and its crazed crew can’t give it up. More

     

    Ribald romp through academia and way beyond. More

    Dance legend Hodes chronicles his many years wtih Martha Graham. More

     

    Legendary first novel praised by everyone from Baldwin to Barthelme. 

     

    Minstrel show arrives in Japan in 1854, confusing locals. Now available from Dzanc Books

     

    American principal gets mixed up in Nigerian intrigue. Now available from Dzanc Books.

     

    Hard and hilarious debut originally published here, now available from  New Pulp Press