Peter Lamborn Wilson
Do you hate short stories but love tales? Like Tales of Hoffman, Lord Dunsany, Borges, Isak Dinesen, Calvino, Jack Vance’s Dying Earth, Leonora Carrington, Theodore Sturgeon, Angela Carter, L. Frank Baum…? Then… maybe you’ll like these. Take them to the beach!
“Sometimes when the world gets overwhelmingly hostile, you find yourself in need of the drug called Utopia. You’ll want to gather round, then, as Peter Lamborn Wilson hitches his mule, takes down his saddle bags, and unrolls five tales of time, space and beguiling societies rich in adventure, dreams and food, and low in laws and machines.” — Luc Sante, author of The Other Paris
About the Author
Peter Lamborn Wilson is also the author of riverpeople (Autonomedia), a long poem with stories in it, and False Documents (Station Hill), his collected lies. He lives, as much as possible, in 1911.