Bio: Steve Aylett was born in Bromley, England. He left school at 17 and worked in a book warehouse, and later in law publishing, where he invented the concept of 'fractal litigation', whereby the flapping of a butterfly's wings on one side of the world results in a massive compensation claim on the other. His first book The Crime Studio was generally regarded as a cry for help. This was followed by Bigot Hall, Slaughtermatic, The Inflatable Volunteer, Toxicology, Atom, Shamanspace, Only an Alligator, The Velocity Gospel, Dummyland, Karloff's Circus, LINT, and Fain the Sorcerer. He's published by Orion in the UK, and Four Walls Eight Windows and Avalon in the US, and was a finalist for the 1998 Philip K Dick Award (for Slaughtermatic).
This follow-up to Lint, the biography of cult author Jeff Lint, delves deeper into the psychosis of the seminal writer's work. This series of essays and reviews from around the globe, representing decades of study, is being presented for the first time in collected form. A must have for collectors, students, imitators, and stalkers alike. Contributors include Steve Aylett, Eileen Welsome, Arkhipov Halt, Daniel Guyal, Chris Diana, Alfred Bork, Michael H. Hersh, George Cane, Dennis Ofstein, and Je... more info>>