Erskine Julius Kevorkian is the remarkably unsuccessful author of several novellae, one or two of which are available on the internet. He began to bitch about the service at the tail end of the 80s, and has hardly missed a day since. He has been known to express admiration for/of such colleagues as David Foster Wallace, Samuel Beckett, Haruki Murakami, and, on particularly bad days, Tao Lin. That his literary tastes are included in his About the Author is a measure of how truly nonexistent his literary career is. One day, someone will recognise his sublime genius and give him lots of money.
He lives in England, UK, Europe.
We Can Rebuild You
by E.J. Kevorkian
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In darkness of the far future, there is only late-stage services-driven postmodern post-capitalism. Efficient markets have ravaged planet Earth, turning it into a veritable caricature of labour liquidity and fluid currency flow. While Steven R. Piledriver attempts to navigate the collapsing city of Bel-Graid and his own collapsing psyche, something grim stirs in the stock exchanges.
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