Brother Cobweb

Brother Cobweb is a coming-of-age saga with a misfit, paradoxical artist at its center. Alfred Eaker’s debut novel seeks to change perspectives through innovative language, dark humor, and marginalized subculture. A surreal and provocative odyssey, it is sure to strike a nerve as it exposes the abuses and hypocrisy of an all-too-familiar Midwestern evangelical church. More
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About Alfred Eaker

Alfred Eaker has been obsessively working on his first novel, Brother
Cobweb, for the last five years and, off and on, for a quarter of a century.
Additionally, his first eighteen years were spent in a ho-de-ho, backwoods,
sawdust on the floor, wooden pews Pentecostal Church in the Midwest.
In other words, Eaker’s been working toward this novel his whole damned
life.In his career as an artist, Eaker’s work has been paradoxically labeled as
degenerate, orthodox, heterodox, modernist, mystical theology, provocative,
academic, and blasphemous. Indeed, blasphemy is a language that Eaker
seems to speak fluently, even when he doesn’t mean to, and he’s been doing it
through painting, performance art, independent film, and film criticism for
three decades.
Eaker attended John Herron School of Art with a focus on fine arts
paintings, attained his bachelor of theology from St. Mary-of-the-Woods
and a master of theological studies in the arts from Christian Theological
Seminary. Additionally, Eaker has done extensive studies

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