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Cover Art by Brandon Duncan

In Pseudofolliculitis City, nothing is as it seems and everything is as it should be. Today's forecast calls for extreme confrontation, with sandwich flurries and the threat of handlebar mustaches to the west. By turns absurd and surreal, dark and challenging, Pseudo-City exposes what waits in the bathroom stall, under the manhole cover and in the corporate boardroom, all in a way that can only be described as mind-bogglingly irreal endings.

© 2005 Raw Dog Screaming Press

"These intermeshed parables of madness and disjunction are funny the way that fever-dream of the naked fetuses squirming silently on a sidewalk you had last night is funny—when you think back on it sometime around noon today. At the brain stem of this impressive, relentless, heterologic schizopolis crouches a reptilian complex that would make Kafka, Burroughs, Bataille, and Leyner grin in recognition and admiration." Lance Olsen, author of 10:01 and Tonguing the Zeitgeist

"Only D. Harlan Wilson could make a stick figure more entertaining than most human beings. I haven't read a Wilson story I didn't go bug-eyes over. He delivers the surreal like no other writer working today, and his latest book is the master surrealist at his best. Pseudo-City is an ingenious subversion—the sort of book that has the power to change your entire perception of the everyday world. You'll be laughing when you read it, wondering if you've just tipped over into madness. But you won't care because it feels so damned good. Enjoy the vertigo, folks!" Michael Arnzen, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of 100 Jolts and Grave Markings