Synopses & Reviews
Flashbacks and Premonitions is populated by the entire spectrum of contemporary alternative culture: slackers, Goths, punks, hippies, and ravers. Surreal yet strangely realistic, Jon Longhi's carnival is a portrait of modern America in decline, a wasted human landscape choking on its own polluted broken dreams.
"A truly interesting current writer..." - SF Examiner
Jon Longhi's carnival is a portrait of modern America in decline.
Table of Contents
Dada's penis pipe -- Permanent damage -- Pinocchio's dreams -- Two peas in a pod -- Snoodling and snarfling -- Shop talk -- Penny saved is a penny earned -- Brick house -- Clues for the clueless -- Heads up -- The rider -- What's in a name? -- It takes a while for things to get back home -- The perfect employee -- Lust for pumpkin pie -- Caffeine confidante -- Car trouble -- Some things you wish you could forget -- George's lunch -- Bad night at the Chameleon -- New leaf -- Flashbacks and premonitions -- One -- Two -- Three -- Four.