I’m having an art bonanza!
In an effort to enforce my political, epistemological, ontological and aesthetic opinions onto everybody I know and everybody I don’t know, I’m giving away 2 copies of my critically praised novella,
by R. A. Harris
Giveaway ends September 30, 2013.
See the giveaway details
The competition opens on September 1st, and runs until the 30th.
Just what is an All Art is Junk?
Lana Rivers, a girl with paintbrush hair, is missing, and it’s up to Lancelot, her cyborg knight, and Cilia, his conjoined twin, to find her in a world where an oceanic deluge has swept 99.99% of mankind from the face of the Earth and all that remains is a single floating art installation populated by people hooked on a drug known as oil.
Lancelot has been charger by Jessica Rivers, Lana’s mother, to protect Lana at all costs from her malignant and psychopathic father, Mansell Rivers, so when she goes missing, Mansell is the number one suspect. A mad-scientist who secretly wishes he was a respected artist, Mansell plans on doing some terrible things to his daughter, unless Lancelot can find her in time. However, as Lancelot attempts to rescue Lana, the people of the installation begin to behave in strange and erratic ways, forming gangs and going to war against each other, as a ceaseless drum soundtrack shakes the very foundation of their world.
In his quest to rescue Lana, Lancelot will discover the origin of oil and himself, and in doing so, learn more about humanity than he ever expected.
Praise for All Art is Junk and R. A. Harris
Harris brings this world to life as if he were painting the pages rather than writing them
– Vincenzo Bilof, author of Gravity Comics Massacre
It’s a novel about loss and identity. It’s about robot dragons and writhing sky-high human-body totems. I like what it did to me.
[R. A. Harris] is one of the most original up-and-coming voices out of England.
– G. Arthur Brown, author of Kitten
Cyborgs! Evil art installations! Art theory! Well, not so much art theory, but plenty of violent, intense, often dense (not in a bad way, like Heart of Darkness dense) bizarro prose.
– M. P. Johnson, author of The After-life Story of Pork Knuckles Malone
R. A. Harris has a talent for writing sexy gross stuff
– Jordan Krall, author of Your Cities, Your Tombs