I met Michael Allen Rose after a show in Chicago, turns out we have many mutual friends across the country. During our conversation (which was fueled by several white russians made by Mr. Sanjula Vamana, if I recall correctly) Michael convinced me to order his book. It was waiting at the house when the tour was finished, and what a delight! My wife Amy and I devoured the book, loved it. (She's even pickier than I am.) Do yourself a favor and read "Party Wolves"! - Andrew Hellblinki
"Unusual. Special. A union of Rocko's Modern Life and The Coen Brothers oozing with creativity and heart." -Garrett Cook, author of Jimmy Plush: Teddy Bear Detective
"One furry keg stand of a book." -Patrick Wensink, author of Broken Piano for President
"The book reflects an unwavering commitment to the absurd." -Zack Parsons, author of Liminal States
"This is a true gem in genre fiction, and will undoubtedly win many crowds over. Rose really hit the proverbial nail on the head with this one." - Dreadful Tales
"This book is a joy ride into the absurd that is grounded in great relationships and fantastic writing." - Laura Lee Bahr, author of Haunt
Michael Allen Rose is a writer, performance artist, producer and musician living in Chicago, IL. Originally from the frozen wastes of North Dakota, Michael's plays have been produced in New York, Chicago, Portland, Denver and several other major cities. He is founder and artistic director of RoShamBo Theatre, and releases industrial and experimental music under the pseudonym Flood Damage. His shorter pieces have been published in Bizarro Bizarro, The Surreal Grotesque, Imperial Youth Review, Kizuna: Fiction for Japan, and Phantasmagorium among others, and seen on stage at Chicago's famed Second City where he spent a year studying at the conservatory.
You can visit him at www.michaelallenrose.com
for an overview, www.gerbilprobe.com
to find out more about his noise, www.roshambotheatre.com
to find out more about his performance, and of course to find out more about his debut novel.