Abe Sulfaro graduated from Berklee College of Music, Boston, MA, with a degree in music productions, having interests in a broad range of music genres but ultimately writing and performing Gothic industrial rock in the greater Detroit area. Abe became immersed in the Goth subculture during the mid-90s to the mid-2000s, that "scene," along with the post-apocalyptic urban conditions in the Motor City, inspiring him to write The Antiheroes. Abe Sulfaro (1970-2014)died while making final edits to The Antiheroes.
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Antiheroes: Treaties of a Lost Soul
by Abe Sulfaro
Abe Sulfaro was wise and worrisome from birth, seeing humanity and life through an artist's lens, one who was drawn to the gritty underbelly of his beloved city, the infamous Detroit. His affinity with the Goth (Emo)subculture is stamped indelibly into this novel which has left readers considering whether the happenings actually occurred or to what extent Abe fictionalized them. Gothic Fiction.
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