Cover of The Art of Being Dead

The Art of Being Dead

Stephen Clayton

It is the late 1960’s and in a bleak Northern English town, Jonathan, 24 attempts to live his life without love, pain, or commitment, unaware that in his desire to avoid action he will eventually be drawn into a world of chaos, degradation and death. Visceral and edgy The art of being dead is like Rhinehart’s Dice man transferred to the North West of England.

Publishing Details:
bluemoose books, 2008

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