I reviewed Gabriel Blackwell’s The Natural Dissolution of Fleeting Improvised Men at HTMLGiant. If you’re interested in H.P. Lovecraft, horror, and literature, this is the book for you. Read my full review at the link below! Thanks to my editor, Janice Lee. And big props to Michael Seidlinger for an awesome cover as well as publishing this awesome book.
“This is the hermeneutics of insanity with parallel tracks siphoning off one another. Two stories seem to be running concurrently between the letter and the footnotes. Together, the strands result in a mutation, a third form monstrously baring its fetid belly. Lovecraft dissolves into Blackwell, much like the fungus mysteriously consuming those around him. A 5th dimension is sucking both of them into an agonizing symbiosis that is as much about writing as it is a search for Jessica.”